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Problem with our nameserver

Discussion in 'Bind/DNS/Nameserver' started by feanorv, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. feanorv

    feanorv Registered

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    Hello, I am a beginner in this sort of stuff so please bear that in mind when answering.

    I recently bought a dedicated server from leaseweb, unfortunately they've asked for more money to even the most simple of tasks and I have yet to make my new server function.

    What I want is to have 2 nameservers, ns1.mydomain.gr and ns2.mydomain.gr.

    I have gone to my domain registrar and pointed the domain name to the ip addresses-nameservers which were given to me through their support.

    I went to WHM, used ns1.mydomain.gr and 2 in the basic setup.

    I couldn't use them in "Nameserver IPs" because the "Assigning Ip Address for ns1.inath.net" was indefinite, never finished.

    Any ideas on what to do ?

    PS. If this has been answered before, you can always point me to the right direction.
     
  2. ChrisRHS

    ChrisRHS Well-Known Member

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    Try "Disable whois lookups for the nameserver IP manager" in the tweak setting menu.
     
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    Name servers

    Go and edit vi /etc/nameserverips from the shell and put the ns1. and 2 ip like

    202...=ns0.
    20..=ns1. then try to check in whm after cpanel restart
     
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