I'm having trouble setting up a nameserver for my domain, we recently changed the nameserver of my domain because of an application that said our nameservers were not working fine. But now my domain does not respond to requests. I have no idea what were the last nameservers that were working. My domain is registered on Go Daddy, I did try to register my domain name to nameservers from zoneedit.com wich they say my domain has been correctly added to these nameservers : NS1.NAMERESOLVE.COM, NS2.NAMERESOLVE.COM, NS3.NAMERESOLVE.COM, NS4.NAMERESOLVE.COM which i put in Go Daddy nameserver setup. When i use intoDNS.com to check on my domain, i get 2 errors (which is a lot less than before, i use to have errors about the nameservers) :
MX - MX Records : Oh well, I did not detect any MX records so you probably don't have any and if you know you should have then they may be missing at your nameservers!
WWW - WWW A Record ERROR: I could not get any A records for www.datahex.ca!
(I only do a cache request, if you recently added a WWW A record, it might not show up here.)
An other thing is that my domain actually work for half my clients. My emails are not working.
So how can I fix this?
My domain is datahex.ca I do have an other domain called datahex.com which works fine and is the same website and ip adresse has datahex.ca but is nameservers don't work with my other domain.
Here is what i can do in dns manager on zoneedit.
DNS Management help
datahex.ca A 220.127.116.11 Delete
Sub Domain Priority Mail Server / MX
Only enter data in the ____ (Add new MX record) first field if you
need a MX record for a sub domain.
Sub Domain CName Server
datahex.ca _____ (Add new CNAME record) Only enter data in the first field if you
need a CNAME record for a sub domain.
Sub Domain IP Address / A
datahex.ca _____ (Add new A record)
Only enter data in the first field if you need a A record for a sub domain.
Sub Domain Text Record / TXT
datahex.ca _______ (Add new TXT record)
Only enter data in the first field if you need a TXT record for a sub domain.