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Creating DNS Zone and Hostname for my Domain i transfer

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by fsaadatp, May 14, 2014.

  1. fsaadatp

    fsaadatp Active Member

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    Okay so i currently move my domain from godaddy to Ascio, Godaddy Allowed me to Register a Name server by creating a Hostname and contact the to the IP of my Server. But now that i have transfer to Ascio they don't allow me to create Hostname same as Godaddy. What do i have to do here? I mean the domain transfer is still in process, is it going to bring the site down cause there is no register name server with Ascio?

    Can i register name server in WHM or cPanel?
     
  2. fsaadatp

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    Okay so i figure our how to connect my main domain to the 2 DNS i have and of course that point to my Main server,

    Okay how can i create NS1.EXAMPLE.COM & NS2.EXAMPLE.COM in WHM or cPanel Account? and be registered
     
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    Hello,

    Almost all domain name registrars will (or should) allow you to register name servers. You could also have left the domain name registered at GoDaddy and simply changed the IP address of the name servers to the new IP address provided by Ascio.

    You can not register name servers via WHM. This must always be done at the domain name registrar where the domain name is registered.

    The following: How to Reigster Private Nameservers should help.
     
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