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IP/Name Server Delegation

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Donov, Jan 19, 2016.

  1. Donov

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    While setting up my server I delegated a nameserver to an IP, it turns out I delegated it incorrectly.

    Now (even with the DNS Zones deleted for the original name servers) I cant assign the correct nameserver to the correct IP because it's already "in use".

    Is there a way to remove IP delegations for name servers so that I can start over...
     
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    Apologies, I found it: /etc/nameserverips

    I'm aware that it doesnt physically affect anything, but I do have an OCD streak sometimes :D
     
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    I'm assuming in this case that the "resolved IP" listed on that page is limited to standard DNS Propagation rules... e.g. it can take upto 48 hours to show all changes...
     
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    That's correct. Per the note on this document:

    Thank you.
     
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