WE ARE MOVING TO A BIGGER FASTER SERVER WITH MORE BANDWIDTH This weekend we are moving servers (The switch will take place late tonight) This site has grown so quickly and our bandwidth and resources are fast running out. We have outgrown in just 10 months the server we thought would be good enough for a couple of years! The new server should (we hope) satisfy our requirement for at least the next 18 months. Moving the data files doesn't take long ( an hour or so) but when we change the nameservers it can take a while for the forums new location to propagate around the world and allow everyone to find us. Hopefully tomorrow morning (Saturday 14th Nov 2009) you should automatically find us at the new server, but If you find yourself at the old server (there will be a note on it) try a hard refresh of your browser (ctrl + F5) and this should help you find us. Thanks - and see you on the new server :thumb::thumb: If you are not a total computer novice you can use this info below to find us faster.. When we make the switch, If you cannot wait for your Fun fix, there is a way to find us very quickly by flushing your DNS. Ifyou don't know how to do this it might be a good idea to make a note of how to do it now. What is it and why Flush it? When your computer visited MotorhomeFun for the first time, it stored the website's Domain name details in a cache. The next time you pointed your browser to us, it looked in that cache to see if Fun's website's information was present to use. Once we switch servers this stored information will be wrong and you must update it with our new location. Flushing the cache removes all the information stored in cache, forcing the computer to find the new DNS information for us. So if you can't find us tomorrow just follow the simple steps below for your operating system. if you do not it could take a couple of days for you to find us! The command to flush the DNS is ipconfig /flushdns NOTE There is a space between the g and the / Flushing the DNS on Windows XP This an easy process, 1. Open up a command prompt (Start > Run > type cmd > then press OK or return. 2. Type in the command ipconfig /flushdns You should get a message saying that you have "Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache" Windows Vista / Windows 7 Flush DNS Flushing DNS on newer versions of Windows is almost as easy as the earlier versions but due to Microsofts security additions you must run the command prompt with administrator privileges. 1. Click the start button and navigate to the command prompt (Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt 2. Make sure that you right click on the command prompt application and choose "Run as Administrator" 3. Type in the command ipconfig /flushdns Mac OS X Flush DNS Flushing the DNS in Mac OS X is an easy process, but the steps taken will depend on which version of OS X you are running. If you are running Mac OS X Leopard, you need to do the following. 1. Open up a command terminal. 2. Run the command dnscacheutil -flushcache If you are running Mac OS X 10.5.1 or below, you need to do the following. 1. Open a command terminal. 2. Run the command lookupd -flushcache Linux Flush DNS If you are running the nscd Name Service Cache Daemon then you will need to do the following. 1. Open up a command terminal (either as root or run step 2 with sudo) 2. Run the command "/etc/init.d/nscd restart"