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Account Creation Failed (suspected dns prob)

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by OwenMelbz, Jan 2, 2007.

  1. OwenMelbz

    OwenMelbz Registered

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    Right We've got a cPanel and WHM installation installed on a Fedora 4 Machine.

    Its working and everything name servers everything

    BUT i created a new account with reseller access for example domain2.com

    it all works its self however when i try create an account through it on a subdomain for example subdomain.domain2.com it creates fine but 404 appears even after a 3 day wait.

    Whereas in the root account account creation is instant

    I can view www.rootdomain.com/~username

    i can also create a account on a subdomain which is allready working like sub.rootdomain.com

    that works fine. So im suspecting there is a problem with the DNS on the domain2.com

    Can anybody help me setup a reseller with all the DNS settings so it can also have its own name servers being ns1.domain2.com and ns2.domain2.com.

    the cPanel license ip is 195.242.236.144 it has a full leased license not a trial

    any help would be much appricated thankyou

    - Owen
     
  2. brianoz

    brianoz Well-Known Member

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    You can only set up a subdomain subdomain.domain2.com if you own and control and host domain2.com. Do you?
     
  3. OwenMelbz

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    yup :) when i mean subdomain i mean in WHM when i create a new account that isnt 1st level tld so it will be for eg domain.host.com
     
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