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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by eHacked, Sep 25, 2004.

  1. eHacked

    eHacked Registered

    Sep 20, 2004
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    I bought the new server and my host set it up to use his nameservers.

    Fine. The website worked fine and all. I got my own private nameservers and tried switching over to them in the 'Edit Setup' screen. Wouldn't take the new ones, because I couldn't let go of the old ones.

    So I read a few tutorials here and did it all manually in SSH.

    There was a problem where I couldn't access any subdomains (www and user-created ones). I messed around with it a bit and edited some DNS Zone files.

    Now the cPanel "There is no website configured at this address." page is showing up, as if the server wasn't pointing the domain to the directory where the website is.

    Any ideas on what I can do?

    I went ahead and completely erased all DNS Zone files, and the account where the domain was (it's a fresh server, nothing but that account on there). Then I recreated the whole account. Everything looks fine in 'Edit Setup' now, but it's still showng that default cPanel page. I guess I'm waiting now for DNS to update or something.

    Any ideas on what I've done wrong here?
  2. cyanide

    cyanide Well-Known Member

    Aug 11, 2003
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    Toronto, Canada
    did you register those nameservers through your domain registrar?
    If you haven't, that's why it's not being picked up
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