Will the nameservers work if the nameservers are pointed to a parking page? For example:
I need to change my nameservers to ns1.mywebhost.com and ns2.mywebhost.com
(nameservers are made up)
These nameservers are from my web hosting service provider. When I visit the nameservers, it shows up a parking page from a domain parking service (let's say NameDrive parking page)
Will the nameservers function correctly and will my websites work? I have this question because usually the nameservers that I use, they always point to a CP page or something like that rather than a parking page.
how can i do a search for all files (probs using regex) of files consisting purely of numbers?
for e.g. find:
53243.php 24353.php 24098.php
(always have 5 numbers).
seems one of my accounts has had some script run which generated a bunch of these in various subfolders, and the php file basically does a callback to www3.rssnews.ws and www3.xmldata.info, which seem to be some sort of spyware servers.
Will domains still function if they have differing nameservers at the registry from what they do on the server side? i.e. domain1.com pointing to ns1/2.example.com at the registry but on the server the DNS zone has it as ns1/2.example2.com, baring in mind both sets of nameservers are pointing at the same server.
I have purchased a reseller account from www.reseller.net (not real names) They provide me with ns1.reseller.net and ns2.reseller.net, as well as the two associated ip addresses. They tell me to use these 2 ip addresses to set up my own custom nameservers.
I want my own nameservers - ns1.mydomain.com and ns2.mydomain.com. Tech support at www.reseller.net tells me thay cannot help me. They tell me to go to the company where I purchased and manage the domain name www.mydomain.com.
I do, and find the control panel page where I -CREATE NAME SERVER-. This I do, and I use the above mentioned ip addresses. This seems to work. When I go back to this control panel page the next day, the entries I made are still there. Yet, I cannot "ping" my nameservers.
Now what? I have tried "google-ing" and not being a super-tech, I get lost. It appears that I must make some changes in my WHM, (I have a WHM...), but I have no access to any "Server" settings.
I have another reseller account with a totally different company, and when I asked them to set up custom nameservers, they just "did it" for me. Again, the hosting company was not related to the domain registering company.
I am experimenting with setting up my first unmanaged dedicated server.
I have directadmin as a cp.
I have 5 separate IP's available to me.
I went to my domain registrar and set up host as ns1.mydomain.com and ns2.mydomain.com using my first two IP's that are available.
My question now is what is the best way to use my three remaining IP's? Do I set them up as completely different domain nameservers ie. ns1.otherdomain.com etc.? Out of those three, I thought you need two IP's per nameserver domain? Is that wrong thinking?
I don't want any relationship shown in a whois dns info between the ips.
how can i run some VPS(diferent ip's) in a DedicatedServer with same nameserver.
example: all sites in VPS1 using ip: 10.10.10.1 all sites in VPS2 using ip: 10.10.10.2 all sites in VPS3 using ip: 10.10.10.3 all in a DedicatedServer now i want using ns1.dns.com for all sites. xen/openvz on Centos/RHLE used.
I recently bourght a dedicated server, and found out I don't know whta my name servers are, the company gave me there nameservers, I was fine, but when I input my name servers in namecheap or godaddy ect, I get this:
There is some problem updating the NameServers The problem is: nRRPResponseCode 541
I have a domain at Enom and I have a use for it which would require it being assigned an IP address rather than nameservers in order to reach the server it would be hosted on - I have 2 questions please:-
Would doing it this way bring any penalties in search engine ranking, PR or any other problems?
i have started moving domains from Cpanel/whm server to my HSphere server that uses a new nameserver, but have come up against problem with the new NameServer.
When moving .biz .info i get error about nameserver not being resgistered, after doing some seaching it appears that some domain resgistrars (in this case 123reg) are starting to enforce a security feature whereby All registrars need the name server registered before you can point any domain name to the name server.
Diggin further i found this at stargate.com which where i have my HSphere service domain:
Registering a Child Name Server as mentioned above is just the first step. The Child Name Server needs to be registered at the Registry to only serve as a non-authoritative Record should your Child Name Server not be resolvable in some extreme condition.
This Name Server would start working only after you have added an Address (A) Record or Canonical (CNAME) Record for this Name Server within the Zone for the domain name (of this Child Name Server) at your own DNS Server, thus binding the NS to the IP Address.
i. If you are running your own DNS Servers then you would need to add a Zone for the domain name your-domain-name.com and create an A Record like
ns1.your-domain-name.com. 38400 IN A 111.222.333.444
ii. If you wish to simply point your Name Servers to another Name Servers, you may add a CNAME Record to those (while ensuring that those Name Servers have an A Record within the Zone created for your Name Servers as well).
ns1.your-domain-name.com. 38400 IN CNAME ns1.service-provider.com
Also at ns1.service-provider.com there should be an Zone for your-domain-name.com with an A Record for ns1.your-domain-name.com, making it authoritative for resolving your-domain-name.com.
In most cases your ISP would have already created the above for you and you need not bother about the same.
My service domain, and one i am using for nameservers, HSphere dns settings looks like
Name TTL Class Type Data Action cp.mydomain.net 86400 IN A 85.264.15.83 Click to delete ns1.mydomain.net 86400 IN A 85.264.15.84 Click to delete ns2.mydomain.net 86400 IN A 85.264.15.85 Click to delete web.mydomain.net 86400 IN A 85.264.15.86 Click to delete mail.mydomain.net 86400 IN A 85.264.15.87 Click to delete mysql.mydomain.net 86400 IN A 85.264.15.88 Click to delete
So from what i tell i have furfilled critria?
I have to say i am a little confused over this!
I am thinking that maybe i have to make some changes at stargate.com or maybe get my co-lo provider to make changes?
I have created 2 nameservers and assigned unique IPs to them and I have my domain dhingana.org using them. Everything was fine until today when suddenly I cannot reach dhingana.org.
I restarted BIND, Apache and even my server but still the same issue. I checked that Apache is still running.
My DNS reports for dhingana.org says:
A timeout occurred getting the NS records from your nameservers! None of your nameservers responded fast enough. They are probably down or unreachable. I can't continue since your nameservers aren't responding. If you have a Watchguard Firebox, it's due to a bug in their DNS Proxy, which must be disabled (31 Jul 2006 UPDATE: several years after being informed of this, there is a rumor that there is a fix that allows the Watchguard DNS proxy to work).
Just got a new dedicated box (Fedora 5/CPanel/WHM). I didn't realize I had to set up my own nameservers with it. Definitely not a subject I am well versed in. Anyone know where I can find out how to get started?
A lot of domains are running more then one NameServer, but I could not find any tutorial on how to "clone" the NS from one to an other. Is it enough to just add some kind of "transfer to IP setting" in bind, or do I have to have scripts that download settings and files from one server to an other regularly?
i have changed the nameservers in one of my domains and now on it is loading from new server but only when i type mydomain.com.. When i type www.mydomain.com my site stills loading for the old server...it have passed 12 hours from the time i made the change...it is something else i must do to have my site also available from the new server when someones type www.mydomain.com ?
We just got a dedicated server, my first time messing with anything dedicated though I've had WHM before. I have 4 domains I'd like to setup to point to this. But I'd prefer our company URL to host the name servers. Domains are registered through enom who will allow me to setup the name servers.
I'm trying to use the "Nameserver IPs" section in WHM to setup the name servers but it just sits and "works" but never actually finishes. Does my company URL need to be pointing to the server before doing this?
After review security server.shows message error the Sections of warning .
This indeed is a topologically error.
How is this to repair and correct.
Code: At least one of the configured nameservers: ns1.X*********** ns2.X*********** should be located in a topologically and geographically dispersed location on the Internet - See RFC 2182 (Section 3.1)