Our company is currently looking to migrate our DNS provider away from where it currently is, over to Zerigo. My only concern before 'flicking the switch' is that we currently have vanity nameservers, and glue records - a feature that we won't be bothering with after the migration.
Our current setup is like this:
Domain Name: company.com.au Name Server: ns1.company.com.au Name Server IP: 126.96.36.199 Name Server: ns2.company.com.au Name Server IP: 188.8.131.52
With the following glue records:
184.108.40.206 [US] (ns1.company.com.au) 220.127.116.11 [US] (ns2.company.com.au)
My question is: If I do this migration without removing the glue records, will I break something? If so, how should I be tackling this migration.
Edit from the discussion below:
The reason why I am asking is because our registrar are pretty painful to deal with over the phone, and that's the only way we can change the glue records - however I am able to change the NS records using their web-based tools. Just trying to see if I can avoid having to make that call, at least in the short term :)