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How can I setup round robin dns with cpanel?

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by BianchiDude, Jun 30, 2006.

  1. BianchiDude

    BianchiDude Well-Known Member
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    How can I setup round robin dns with cpanel?
     
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    It's got nothing to do with cPanel. Read up on how to do it in BIND.
     
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    look at www.zoneedit.com

    1. assuming you have two hosts.

    2. fixes your dns on same class C

    3. you can quickly get your alt host up when primary crashes

    4. you can even add spf

    use www.dnsreport.com to test your dns


    I learned the hard way when webhostplus hosed dr2/netbunch, I mean "acquired" ;-)

    -larry / dallas

    registrar / dns / host - each should be separate!

    (you can help me - where is a definitive guide to what cpanel needs for regex in email filtering, the one post i found (re[##]) shows a regex that is mostly escaped (\) nothing like a real regex! Here are two I have tried to use : [\*]{8.} and ^[\*]{4,7}$ boith work fine in a regex validator. Tried: cpanel filter, edit .filter, and backup/restore alias/filters - all butcher the code. btw the second regex is the problem child)

    -thanks
     
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