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Problems when parking a domain.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gardar, May 14, 2007.

  1. gardar

    gardar Member

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    I had my dns managed at another server but recently made my own nameserver in cpanel.

    When I had my dns managed on another server I had my domain registered on the IP's of that server... ns1.domain.net and ns2.domain.net
    Now when I made my own nameserver I changed the IP's for ns1.domain.net and ns2.domain.net at my domain registrar to my new IP's (the ip's of my nameserver).
    It has been working great, I have been able to add and park .com, .net, .info domains in my cpanel.

    But when I was trying to park two .org domains I just bought (at the same registrar as some of the domains already parked at my server) then I ran into some problems...

    I get this error message:

    the IP's there (not shown for security reasons) are the IP's of my old nameserver.... however my ns1.domain.com and ns2.domain.com have been successfully registered on to the IP's of my new nameserver... (Just ran a whois check on ns1.domain.com and ns2.domain.com at about 5 different sites and they all showed my new IP's).

    So as you can see the problem does not seem to be at my domain or my domain registrars end but at the cpanel end.
    Icluded all this (useless and useful) information in case it matters.

    Can anyone help me?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. david510

    david510 Well-Known Member

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    have you checked the domain at dnsreport.con to see any error in dns?
     
  3. gardar

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    Ok, I got two fails.

    FAIL Open DNS servers

    and then what seems to be the real problem...


    FAIL Mismatched glue


    I have removed the IP's. Explaination:
    the IP I want as ns1 - means that there is the IP I have set my ns1 to be on.
    the IP I want as ns2 - means that there is the IP I have set my ns2 to be on.
    the IP of my old ns1 - means there is the IP of ns1 on my old nameserver.
    the IP of my old ns2 - means there is the IP of ns2 on my old nameserver.



    Can anyone tell me how I could fix this?

    Thanks in advance :)
     
  4. gardar

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    found the solution myself.... I had to edit the dns zone of my nameservers....
     
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