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Domain DNS stopped working

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by smartocci, Nov 9, 2004.

  1. smartocci

    smartocci Member

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    Hey everyone, the DNS of one of the sites I host stopped working today out of the blue. I host the DNS on my servers and all of my sites are working except for this one. I have compared the zone record to the other sites and restarted BIND and APACHE, I have also checked my virtual host settings in httpd.conf and they seem fine. The domain is called www.edwardcronin.md I could really use some help here guys, thanks. -Steve
     
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    Is this correct?

    I'm not getting any response at all.
     
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    No it is not, ns7 should be 69.44.60.187, I'm not sure how this happened. When I check the whois for edwardcronin.md his account shows the proper information. Where exactly was that dns info found?
     
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    I checked domainreport and saw that ns7.max.md is indead incorrect. Who do I talk to about resolving this, is this a problem with the dns server or with the parent tld.
     
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    This is set at the registrar for the domain max.md. You'll need to login to your registrars control panel to change it.
     
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