I am trying to set up Iodine (probably not that important) and to get it running I need to create a NS record on my domain and run a service on port 53 on my server.
Let's say I own "domain.com." and a VPS with public ip 126.96.36.199. The zone file has been preset by my registrar to have one A record (@ A 188.8.131.52) and two NS records (@ NS ns01.domaincontrol.com, @ NS ns02.domaincontrol.com)
I would go to zone file settings and create:
tunnel A 184.108.40.206
tunnelzone NS tunnel.domain.com
And save the zone file.
Now if I:
The resolver should ultimately querry machine at IP 220.127.116.11, correct?
Could I then, in theory, create "pipezone NS somewhere.else.org" in zone file on my VPS server, and have DNS on somewhere.else.org take care of its own subdomains?
Also, if I am right, is there a reason for the zone file changes, that have to do with NS type records, to be extremely slow to get in "production"?
Thanks a lot to anyone who will help me clear this out in my head, I'd like to understand the whole networking thing a lot more.