cyo

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I keep getting this error bellow what did i do wrong.


ndc: connection to remote host closed This may indicate that the remote server is using an older version of the command protocol, this host is not authorized to connect, or the key is invalid. The subdomain, secure.mychristiannetwork.com has been removed

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mta

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hi
try these in ssh (but u must enter as a root)
PHP:
/scripts/updatenow
/scripts/fixndc
/scripts/fixndc
yes 2 times.


if it didn`t work
try this

pico /etc/named.conf
find all instances of rndc-key and change to rndckey

(that is for the new versions of linux)


:)
 

perfectsquare

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I actually had to do the opposite to get my ndc problem fixed.

My named.conf file contained "rndc-key" at the top, and then "rndckey" below.

I added a dash to the second rndckey instance and saved the file.

service named stop

/scripts/fixnamed
[ FAILED]
[ OK ]
/scripts/fixnamed
[ OK ]
[ OK ]

service named start

Fixed for me! :D

(I tried to remove the dashes, but it wouldn't work. I saw on rackshack that someone put the dash in the second instance...and it worked for me.)
 
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