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Thread: DNS/Name Server (BIND) restart after server reboot??? Why?

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    Question DNS/Name Server (BIND) restart after server reboot??? Why?

    Every time after server reboot I must restart DNS (BIND), this is only on one of my servers, other work fine after reboot....somebody know what can be problem??

    Thanks.

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    If you go through the following it should fix it: WHM > Nameserver Setup > OK
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    OK, thanks.

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    I have the similiar problem, but I can't understand the solutions given by chirpy "WHM > Nameserver Setup > OK". can you give more details. Thank

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    Very easy, login into your WHM (WebHost Manager) and in menu find link "Nameserver Setup", click on that link and on page who you`ll see click to button "OK" and wait....

    That is all

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    I am not sure why do you guys have to wait for an answer. Visit www.cpanel.net web site, click on WHM Documentation. Search the site for "Nameserver".

    Just in case you are extremely busy and don't have the time, here is the answer:

    Overview
    This function enables you to set up your own nameservers. If you chose to add your own nameservers during the installation of WebHost Manager, your nameserver information is already listed here.

    NOTE: It is recommended that you do not enable nameservers unless you are gong to use them. You can turn off a nameserver using Service Manager.

    Steps
    1. To access the Server Setup Menu, click on Server Setup, on the main screen of your WebHost Manager interface.
    2. Click on Nameserver Setup.
    3. Read the warning information and then click on Ok.


    Hope this helps!
    Andy Reed
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    Thank you very much the the help.

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