We run a couple
named DNS servers for our block of static IP addresses. When we make some IP address changes or dns name changes on our servers, we can see it propogate out into the net very quickly.
However, we are doing some major static IP address changes and the external static IP addresses of our actual nameservers are changing. If I change the IP address of the nameservers on our nameservers, will the changes propogate out to the internet just the same as any other change?
Kinda sounds like a dumb question maybe, but it seems like if the IP address for the nameserver changes, then other servers can't connect to that nameserver to determine the changes. Make sense? Kind of a chicken or the egg problem. Is there anything else I need to do, or will it just take time for the changes to get out there?