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I think something is wrong with my DNS file. Can someone help with the issue, my DNS is as follows

example.com.    86400   IN  SOA ns1.ip.secureserver.net.        exampleemail.gmail.com. (
                        2013012008 ;Serial Number
                        86400 ;refresh
                        7200 ;retry
                        3600000 ;expire
                        86400   )

example.com.    86400   IN  NS  ns1.ip.secureserver.net.
example.com.    86400   IN  NS  ns2.ip.secureserver.net.


example.com.    14400   IN  A   182.50.142.3

localhost   14400   IN  A   127.0.0.1

example.com.    14400   IN  MX  0   example.com.

mail    14400   IN  CNAME   example.com.
www 14400   IN  CNAME   example.com.
ftp 14400   IN  CNAME   example.com.
cpanel  14400   IN  A   182.50.142.3
whm 14400   IN  A   182.50.142.3
webmail 14400   IN  A   182.50.142.3
webdisk 14400   IN  A   182.50.142.3
autoconfig  14400   IN  A   182.50.142.3
autodiscover    14400   IN  A   182.50.142.3
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DNS problems are nearly always easier to diagnose if you put your real domain in the question. If you don't want to do that, try using intodns.com. –  Ladadadada Jan 20 '13 at 13:13
    
I recommend fixing your question up a bit. First, I think there's a typo in the title. Should that be "unable"? Also, what version of BIND? Where are you running the traceroute from? –  JasonAzze Jan 20 '13 at 15:54
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