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Why would delegated nameservers ever be different to authoritative nameservers?

If you go on intodns.com and type in stackoverflow.com, the parent server tells me that nameservers for the domain are here: ns1.serverfault.com. ['198.252.206.80'] [TTL=172800] ...
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Authoritative DNS for other domain requirements

We're moving dns servers (managed with bind) for our main domain (let's call it main.org) to new servers. Since we're having some issues to update glue records with current registrar we thought to ...
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Please explain Authoritative Nameserver and Recursive Resolver

I am new to networking and all this DNS thing. I have the following questions What is an Authoritative Nameserver ? What is a Recursive Resolver ? Please help/guide me out on this. I have ...
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dns hierarchy not working !! Please help

(DNS1 ,WWW1, Gateway1) (sub-internal network) (DNS0,WWW0,Gateway0) (internal network) DNS1: 192.168.250.3/24 WWW1: 192.168.250.4/24 Gateway1: 192.168.250.1 /24 (internal) :: 192.168.0.150 to ...
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Moving a Registered Authoritative Nameserver to Another Server

We had a colo server and registered a domain for it. When we did that we had to provide the name and the IP address of the nameservers (pointing to the server) as the nameserver names were within that ...
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Multiple nameservers, how do they work when they can't resolve a query?

I have 4 nameserver set for my domain: ns1.nameserver.com, ns2.nameserver.com, ect... I know that if one is down an other one will be used. But if the first is up and running and is asked for a ...