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glue for nameservers issue

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by sime, Aug 1, 2007.

  1. sime

    sime Active Member

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    The registrar I use would not let me add nameservers to a domain. Their support said I lacked glue. So I am trying to fix this.

    I want nameservers ns1.drupalme.urbits.com and ns2.drupalme.urbits.com. Note that "urbits.com" points to a totally different server. My problem (i think) is getting the ns records set up correctly.

    The attached image shows how I've set up everydns.net and WHM.

    Thanks in advance.
    Simon
     

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  2. ianmarie

    ianmarie Well-Known Member

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    do you own/control urbits.com?
     
  3. sime

    sime Active Member

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    yes. urbits.com is mine.
     
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    My settings were actually correct, there was just a problem with my nameservers themselves.
     
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    jandafields Well-Known Member

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    About the glue issue, it is harmless. It simply means that you have a domain name and a nameserver with different tlds, like .com on one, and .net on the other. This is fine and is done all the time.
     
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