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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BladeX, Mar 3, 2005.

  1. BladeX

    BladeX Member

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    Hi, im having a little trouble with cpanel,
    i am trying to add a domain to it i have set up the nameservers to point to my server IPs and i think i have setup the DNS correctly and i have added the hostname for my domain but when i try to goto my site it says "The connection was refused" i dont know whether or not i have set up the DNS up correctly i have added three DNS zones, 1 for the hostname and the other 2 for the nameservers.
    i dont know what else to do to set it up,Can please someone help?
     
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    Have you registered the nameservers at your domain registrar?
     
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    Yes ive already done that, I think it may be the hostname when i try to add a A entry for a nameserver in Edit Setup it says "Bind reconfiguring on localhost using rndc Error reconfiguring bind on localhost: rndc: connect failed: connection refused" I have put the hostname as localhost.mydomain.com is that what your suppose to put?
     
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