for custom web application we need that on the hostname can me found an MXWhy do you need a MX record for the hostname? if myhostname.net is your domain name, make sure you have MX record for it.
hostname s1.myhostname.net resolve to server IPIf s1.myhostname.net is your hostname, make sure it is resolving to your server IP and the same IP has a PTR record back to s1.myhostname.net. It make sure that your emails to any mail server reaches successfully.
you can try add MX record for the hostname in the DNS zone of the domain myhostname.net.for custom web application we need that on the hostname can me found an MX
If IP is resolving back to the hostname then it's fine, if not, you will have to ask your hosting company to do that. You cannot set them on your server.hostname s1.myhostname.net resolve to server IP
is setting reverse dns .. so IP resolve as hostname
.. we haven't PTR record on dns Zone of hostname on server, we must add it ?
Yes, as the servers increases, you can have hostname as **.myhostname.net. You just need to make sure that you add the A record of these hostnames in the DNS zone of myhostname.net.The domain myhostname.net is on server A ..
After there is server B,C,D, ..
anyone have **.myhostname.net as hostname
if try to check any **.myhostname.net from dnsstuff return error :/
The DNS Zone Editor in WHM may be used to create a new MX record for the server hostname.we have set MX on myhostname.net and work fine
But we need to set this on server with hostname s1.myhostname.net .. because there are a external control that verify if there is a mx on this hostname
We have already set reverse dns by comunicate to datacenter where we have server
Yes, we have already add other server and add A record..
Issue still be that if check on dnsstuff hostname as s1.myhostname.net we get error and we need that this return right result
yes, at this time there is settingThe DNS Zone Editor in WHM may be used to create a new MX record for the server hostname.
WHM: Main >> DNS Functions >> Edit DNS Zone
Documentation: Edit DNS Zone
Via the DNS Zone Editor:
1.) Select the desired domain name (e.g, "domain.tld"), click Edit.
2.) Look for the text "Add New Entries Below this Line"
3.) In a new line, the entry may look like the following example:
server 14400 IN MX 0 domain.tld.
4.) When finished, click Save.
In the above example "server" should be replaced by the sub-domain used for the server hostname and "domain.tld" should be replaced by the domain or hostname of the desired mail exchanger (i.e., mail server).
If the record is missing it must be corrected by editing the DNS zone on the authoritative DNS servers; these are the same DNS servers defined at the domain registrar being used.yes, at this time there is setting
s1.myhostname.net. 14400 IN MX 5 s1.myhostname.net.
But not work
and if try to check dns with dnsstuff DnsReport get this:
Parent nameservers have your nameservers listed
[ERROR: The parent servers say that the domain s1.myhostname.net does not have any NS records (although they may have some other information on that zone). I can not do a DNS report on a hostname (such as mail.example.com) or a domain name that does not have its own zone.]
# dig domain.tld +nssearch # dig server.domain.tld MX +all
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