let's assume I search the NS for the domain yeahman.com. I may get an answer TYPE NS that the server for this domain is ns55.yeahman.com. Then I need at the same time a TYPE A entry in the additional ...
Let's say I own example.com. I then create an A record on test.example.com to 188.8.131.52. I then create a NS record on test.example.com to ns1.anotherdnshost.com. At another DNS host, I add an A ...
Among other things, I have the following in my delegated zone file (note, domain is NOT rwasphost.com)... ; ; Zone NS records ; @ NS dns1.rwasphost.com. dns1.rwasphost.com. ...
I want to point a domain name to my server, without changing any MX Records etc - do I change the A Records, the NS Records, or both?
My client has a domain name clientsdomain.com, with DNS records set out as such: Lookup has started… Trying "clientsdomain.com" ;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 21301 ...
I'm currently hosting a subdomain for a charity on Dreamhost. The charity is in control of the DNS records, and they're slow to update them. So for example.com: www.example.com -> A-record ...
I've created DynDNS domain for testing my local sites, and i'm having trouble with pointing to root domain. From my registrar (GoDaddy) I've created a CNAME for www to point my example.dyndns.com so ...