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REQ: Help with nameserver setup in WHM

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by svanminnen, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. svanminnen

    svanminnen Registered

    Feb 8, 2007
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    I have a dedicated server at GoDaddy's and in domain manager I've created two nameservers which direct to two different IP's.
    All well...well at least for the com/net/org domains I use.
    For all of these domain names everything gets directed perfectly to my server.

    But....when I try to use the nameservers for .nl domain names, I get the following message back:

    Errors=2, Warnings=2, Informational=0
    ** Summary: REJECTED
    Some problems need to be fixed:
    - Some of your name servers cannot be used (are broken).
    - One configuration error.
    ** Full check report:
    * general reports
    Warning: all specified name servers are on sub-net
    * primary name server ""
    Error: specified name server is not listed as NS record. 86400 IN NS
    Warning: hidden name server "" never used for first contact.
    * secondary name server "" [BROKEN] [HIDDEN]
    Broken: name server "" not found in your zone.
    * secondary name server ""
    Info: name server looks correctly configured.
    #### fail

    What is wrong?
    How can I make this work???

    Also, what seems not right to me is that this email says something about
    I didn't even mention ns2 in the transfer form, I only mentioned ns1 and ns3.
    (ns1 and ns2 are on one IP and ns3 and ns4 are one the second IP).

    Help is needed!

    Please let me know if you know how to solve this (or if you can solve this yourselve within WHM).

    Friendly greetings

    ( or MSN Messenger
  2. brendanrtg

    brendanrtg Well-Known Member

    Oct 4, 2006
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    If you read the error messages in details, you should be able to see what went wrong.

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