I created my reverse zone and added a forward zone bigorange.local - when I add computers to my domain, DNS is not updated with their IP address and hostname.
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The most likely reason for this is that the serial number on the zone hasn't been changed - so the previous entry is being cached.
When you do an 'nslookup' on the SOA does it give the right answer?
If after 24 hours the DNS change has not taken effect yet, try clearing your browser's cache.
To resolve a domain name to a certain IP address without having to wait for the DNS change to propagate, you can modify your hosts file. When you change the nameservers of a domain, all advanced records (A-records, CNAME-records, MX-records, SRV-records and so on) would resolve from the DNS zone of the provider, whose nameservers you are setting.
As mentioned in the title I have instructed my client to update their DNS A records to point to my new server IP 3 days ago.
The domain registrar is Heart Internet and the client has provided me with an actual screenshot of the page showing that the (*, @, www) A records have indeed been pointed to my new server but I am seeing no change in any DNS records using various tools such as whatsmydns.
If they don't then they'll need to contact 1and1 to get a login.
I'm assuming that 1and1 hosted their web site at one point.
In your case it looks like 1and1 hosted the web site at some point and probably had the customer move their name servers to 1and1.
Indeed I was confused about this as I am new to the area.
Thanks for your help, the A records as mentioned before are pointed to my new server.