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Reseller NameServers

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by I-Web, Jul 19, 2003.

  1. I-Web

    I-Web Well-Known Member

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    I added a re-seller account to my whm today, setup there name servers with the registrar, set them up in the nameservers part of the reseller configuration, assigned the IPs then clicked add A records.....

    But the A records dont seem to be getting created???? Any help?

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    reddrake Well-Known Member

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    Are the domain nameservers registered and pointing to the correct IP's? To add a a record that ns must point.
    Example
    ns1.domain.com - too IP 123.123.123.123
    A Record Assigning must be the same IP
    ns2 same thing except different IP.

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    NetX Well-Known Member

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    May be you are in the period of dns propagation.

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    We setup reseller accounts differently and never had any dns problems.

    1) create the reseller account and assign a dedicated ip to the domain

    2) edit reseller privlages/named servers in whm, at the bottom where it says assign named servers enter the named servers but do not assign ip`s or add 'A' records.

    3) go to edit a dns zone and select the resellers domain name then add 2 A records to the zone file as follows.

    ns1 (no domain name just ns1) 'A' dedicated ip
    ns2 (no domain name just ns2) 'A' shared ip

    (shared ip will be the same ip as the main server ns2 ip.)

    click save and your done.

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    #4 simplybe, Jul 20, 2003
    Last edited: Jul 20, 2003
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