At my domains registrar I have set up two name servers. They look like this:
NS1: xx123456.ip-11-111-111.eu. NS2: ns1.XX.net.
I know that first one is quite strange but I cannot do anything about it.
On hosting provider that owns those name servers I changed DNS records to point some IP for different provider (location of new website).
The problem is that some of users see new version of website (minority) but most of them see old one (about 70%).
I used this website: http://viewdns.info/ and I got interesting report that contains following errors:
Oops! Your name servers don't all seem to have identical NS records for your domain. This could lead to some visitors not being able to see your site (or seeing it on a different server)! This should be fixed ASAP!
Oops! It appears that the following nameserves listed at your local servers are not listed at the parent servers:
You should ensure that these nameservers are valid and working. If they are not, you will encounter connectivity issues with your domain.
Oops! It appears that the following nameserves listed at the parent servers are not listed at your local servers:
ns1.XX.net. (please note it's the same that is set at domain registrar)
You should ensure that these nameservers are valid and working. If they aren't, it can cause odd behaviour including some people not being able to access your domain.
I understand first one that NS's have different records for my domain and it causes misrouting of some users.
I don't understand other two. Can you please try helping me in figuring out how can I fix this issue so all users see new version of website?
This is Parallels Plesk panel on hosting provider side.
As asked - the domain name I am asking about is uszyjmimamo.pl