I got a new IP address block from my ISP; lets call it 188.8.131.52/25.
184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 get frequent DNS traffic; looking at the traffic; it's destined for the nameservers ns1.tp.com and ns2.tp.com.
tp.com has ns1.tp.com and ns2.tp.com as their nameservers; so no content is available on that site.
ns1.tp.com and ns2.tp.com are registered with the zone authority for .com (is that ICANN?) --- how do I go about notifying the proper authority that those IP addresses are mine now and that this nameserver entry they've got is stale?
ns1.tp.com are A records; but they are name servers registered with whoever manages the .com zone. tp.com's nameservers are ns1.tp.com; which are my servers; so it's definitely not still being served up as an A record.