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Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by sdcdesign.co.uk, Nov 28, 2004.

  1. sdcdesign.co.uk

    sdcdesign.co.uk Registered

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    Hey all,

    This is my first post so sorry if a go on a bit!

    Right, well, i have a re-seller account with www.lcrhosting.com. Now, when a new client gets set-up they have to point thier nameservers to ns1.lcrhosting.com right?

    How do i get it so it is:

    ns1.mydomain.com ?

    Any help appreciated!

    Regards,

    Sean :)
     
  2. LiquidAtoR

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    You will have to ask the one that sold you the reseller account to set up virtual private nameservers for you so that you can use your "own" nameservers.

    A good description on howto can be found here...

    Pass this link on to the one that sold you this and ask him/her if this is possible to set up for your reseller account.

    Good Luck, Mike.
     
  3. sdcdesign.co.uk

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    Hey thanks for that and the quick reply!

    I'll post and tell you how it goes :D
     
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    Also go to your domain registrar and set up the nameservers for your domain. These entries are different from the entries you've probably already made, as they require an IP address. Checkout this FAQ for Godaddy domains http://fwwebshosting.com/faqs.php?view=26
     
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