Perhaps you need to do some research on the subject.
perhaps you need to clarify your vagary ....
There are a series of DNS systems
For a public domain.tld, the only two servers involved are :
1. the servers authoritative for .tld to publish the delegation and glue records for domain.tld.
2. the servers authoritative for domain.tld to answer authoritatively.
Period. There are NO other servers involved, nor is there any "propagation".
a domain needs to be added to before it will function correctly. This is known as propagation.
the misnomer propagation is used by people who think DNS data needs time to be available, to "propagate", over several days or a week, for all of Internet. This is pure BS. There is no such concept in DNS.
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