How to Flush DNS in MAC OSX

Flushing DNS is basically nothing but emptying the DNS cache. Flushing DNS cache on your MAC OSX is pretty easy. Just follow the below steps carefully to do so:

Firstly, start the application ‘terminal’.

Type the following command:
dscacheutil –flushcache

Press the Enter key. That’s it! Pretty simple isn’t it? DNS cache should now be cleared.

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