I ran into an issue with my DNS cache in Windows 8.1 (and Windows 8 before the update).
I have a little webserver running and I purchased a domain for it.
After I changed the DNS settings of the domain to point to my virtual server, I opened my cmd and typed "ipconfig /flushdns" like I did several times before to get the new IP.
I noticed that this time it did not work. The old IP was 5.XX.XX.XX and the new one is 37.XX.XX.XX. I decided to try it again later (changed the DNS records yesterday) so I tried it again some minutes ago. But everytime and regardless how often I clear whatever cache it always show the old 5.XX.XX.XX IP -.-
I spammed the command mentioned above several times, I cleared Chrome's cache (read somewhere in the web, not sure if it really helps), I smashed my head against the walls but no result.
I tried to ping the domain with my laptop and it works.
I pinged it using online tracerouting tools and it always shows the new IP.
Is there any other way I might have missed to completely clear my DNS cache?