I am a subsciber with Gamecenter Live, an American based service where I pay about $28 a month to watch Live Ice Hockey games online. I have not been able to access this service for the past 3 days. After a lot of back and forth between me and Gamecenter, they have come to the conclusion that the problem is with my ISP. This is their latest reply:
"It is not something that we can directly control. We push out DNS updates for
our sites by way of our Content Delivery Network (CDN), Limelight. If
your ISP does not update their DNS records in a timely manner, we
cannot be held responsible. We have already notified our internal
network support as well as Limelight, it is now up to your ISP to
update their records."
Does this sound possible? If so, how often do Telecom update their DNS records?