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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Chrisa, Mar 12, 2004.

  1. Chrisa

    Chrisa Member

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    When i first got this new server i orginally used ns1.myserver.net and ns2.myserver.net in edit setup for the name servers but i fucked up i was souppsed to use the .org now when i try to delete these name servers i get this error below. How do i fix this?


    Sorry, the nameserver ip 65.75.***.** cannot be removing since it is still registered with an ICANN register.
     
  2. techboard

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    You can edit the file /etc/nameserverips and make any necessary changes there. The changes will then reflect in WHM.
     
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    Having the same problem, can you brake this down for me, step by step. Thanks
     
  4. erwinfa

    erwinfa Well-Known Member

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    Login into your server using SSH, then

    pico /etc/nameserverips

    change the IP with the new nameserver
     
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    Thanks alot
     
  6. BrightAdmin

    BrightAdmin Well-Known Member

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    Hi Chrisa,

    As suggested by techboard and others

    Edit
    # vi /etc/nameserverips

    make entries corresponding to the ip and name server.

    Regards,

    Bright

    :)
     
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