How setup a reseller DNS like ns1.thereseller.com and ns2.th

feanor

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:P

Honestly don\'t think there is an automated/built-in function for this.... yet? Perhaps a feature request is something you\'d want to look into?

Or, you can rig up a frontend of your own for your resellers.... there are plenty of http/dns frontends written in perl that will work fine with bind running on a CPanel box. I\'d start with www.freshmeat.net ...

Good luck.
 

AlaskanWolf

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just go into the ip area, find to unused ips, then reserve them

then go to dns area, find the resellers entry, edit it and add (at the bottom)

ns A FIRST_IP
ns2 A SECOND_IP

hit save

then edit the reseller, and put ns.domain.com and ns2.domain.com under their name servers area
 

hedgehog

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Another way to do this is to telnet/SSH and then use the /scripts/adddns script to add it...

first asks you for the IP and then for the domain

all you need to do is enter the IP and then the ns1.domain_name.com ...

That\'s as easy as it can get. :D

Hedgy