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Setting up nameservers - editing the DNS zone

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by allwin, Sep 16, 2002.

  1. allwin

    allwin Member

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    Hello All,

    I have searched for the last 2 days on this forum, but could not find the right answer to a problem I have been facing.

    I need to setup nameservers for a domain and I wanted to confirm if I am doing it right.

    An account was added through WHM and then on editing the DNS zones, I added
    NS1.resellerdomain.com A 1st IP
    NS2.resellerdomain.com A 2nd IP

    Changed the settings are the registrars around 4 days ago. But it is still not resolving the site. The site is at the First IP


    On top of the DNS zones , on editing I find the following :

    hostdomain.com. 14400 NS ns1.hostdomain.com.
    hostdomain.com. 14400 NS ns2.hostdomain.com
    Below this all the entries are about the reseller domain.

    I would really appreciate your response as it would help me take the site live soon.

    Warm Regards/Allwin
     
  2. thomas

    thomas Well-Known Member

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    And you are sure the nameservers have been registered, and the domain is using these nameservers?

    Would help if you included the real names of the domain/nameservers.
     
  3. allwin

    allwin Member

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    If its helps,

    the domain & ns are
    ns1.neutralweb.com
    ns2.neutralweb.com

    Regards/Allwin
     
  4. thomas

    thomas Well-Known Member

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    Looks good, and it works fine here.

    Tracing route to neutralweb.com [139.81.54.130]

    Give it some more time, and I'm sure it will at your end too.
     
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