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How are DNS timeouts supposed to work?

I recently had a problem where a remote service requesting the IP address for my server (with a hosted DNS provider) was responding with: DNS problem: SERVFAIL looking up A for mysql.xavamedia.nl ...
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Domain points to wrong account [on hold]

I have some trouble with my server. first, i had a main domain mydomain.com and a second mydomain.net which was parked on mydomain.com. Now i try to have a own account for mydomain.net but it ...
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DNS lookup to localhost gives network error

I am running a recursive DNS server on Unbound in a jail on FreeBSD with pf as a firewall. Running drill @xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx example.com (where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the servers IP) on my local machine ...
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In windows server 2008, how do I disable recursive dns and continue to navigate the internet?

I have a single win2008 server configured to use vpn and remote desktop. My host provider demanded I remove recursive DNS. If go to dns role / group / properties / advanced and click disable ...
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Adding https in URL takes to different site [closed]

I have a domain www.abc.co.in mapped with default index page. but, when i add https in the url to https://www.abc.co.in, it takes to someone else's site. Does it have to be any configuration problem ...
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No DNS propagation for government subdomain

I have an mpwt.gov.la domain hosted on OVH but managed by the lao government. I added an A record to the DNS table of ns101.ovh.net for a public IP I own: Domain: iram.mpwt.gov.la TTL: 0 Type: A ...
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What does “error: token mismatch” mean?

We temporarily moved some CNAME records in our DNS to point to a different server while undertaking maintenance work - we do this every six months or so - and we allow a decent amount of time to allow ...
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Google Cloud DNS vs. Google Domains DNS

I run a smallish website on Google App Engine. Currently, I use Dreamhost for other things and I buy my domains through them and they provide the name servers. I'm in the process of switching domain ...
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Can someone using the same DNS server as me hijack my domains?

When I register a new domain, I send it to my hosting provider by assigning it its domain name servers in the registar's settings. For example, with Digital Ocean, I input the following: ...
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Relationship between HostName and DNS entry

I am very new to IIS and Deployment world. We recently deployed a website and I think if I am understanding correctly the URL was determined by two things DNS Entry(to me its IP/Name mapping, which ...
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Force secondary DNS server to resolve unresolved names

Is there a way to setup on Linux (Vyatta in particular) secondary DNS server, which is used only to resolve requests, that were not resolved by primary DNS? If I just set up secondary DNS, it is only ...
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GoDaddy domain (randomly) not resolving to GitHub Pages

I have added a CNAME file to the root level of my GitHub Pages repository, which contains my domain (_____.com). My DNS settings on the GoDaddy website look like this: DNS Settings. On the "Manage ...
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Can a CNAME DNS record point from subdirectory to domain name

Can a CNAME DNS record point from subdirectory address like my.domain.com/one to domain name like my.domain.com? So if the user access my.domain.com in the browser, the DNS will redirect to ...
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Point subdomain to different host but maintain vanity URL

I am creating a single page of an existing website for a client but they have requested that I host it on my own account and they can "point to it" from their host. They want to keep their URL in the ...
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Unbound stub-host option not resolving using /etc/hosts

I have unbound running as an validating, caching, recursive dns server and nsd3 running as an authoritative nameserver. It seems like every aspect of both work correctly until I attempt to resolve an ...
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DNS Server on Ubuntu Hyper-V

I have Windows Server 2012 R2 with RRAS running a NAT. I have Ubuntu Server 15.10 running VestaCP with a bind9 DNS Server. I've forwarded common ports to the VM through RRAS NAT, like 80 and 53(DNS ...
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Bind9 MUST be restarted for DNS server to work on every restart [closed]

I followed this very nice tutorial to make my first DNS server on Debian Jessie (on my Raspberry Pi). It seems to have worked fine. I can ping: ping myhostname.mydomain and it works fine. The ...
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NS Zone Records and Name servers when using Secondary DNS provider

I am attempting to setup Secondary dns with a well known provider. The goal is to have DNS served from 2 providers. The secondary DNS provider will mirror records from the primary dns provider so I ...
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ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED Browser Error

domain www.polydevs.co.uk I recently moved servers, and moved domain hosting. Since then I've had no luck getting my website active. Here's how the server is setup DNS Settings So this is on my ...
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DNS NS Redirect

I've come across something interesting that I've never seen before and was hoping someone could help to explain what I'm seeing. Here's the scenario: I have a domains testdomain.com zone file hosted ...
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How much bandwidth would 2 nameservers use? [duplicate]

I'm in need of 2 branded nameservers for my clients' domains. Couldn't find any information about that, but how much bandwidth and bandwidth speed would I need for those two DNS servers "just in ...
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Can I automatically redirect traffic from one domain to another? [closed]

Meet Oliver. Oliver wants to start his own restaurant "Fancy Flavours", and a website to match. He wants to purchase the domain fancy-flavours.co.uk, but knows that he should allow for spelling ...
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Can Google gcloud DNS work with seconday DNS servers?

We use Google Cloud DNS for primary DNS zone hosting. As a primary service is seems very functional. However, I cannot see how to allow zone transfers to a list of secondary DNS servers. This would be ...
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Domain Registrar DNS Manager OR windows server dns manager [duplicate]

I have just got a Windows VPS (windows server 2012 r2) from a hosting firm and I will transfer my websites to this new VPS from another VPS which is in different hosting firm but in the previous VPS ...
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DNS Slave server default limits on transfers?

We have a slave dns server that has been working fine for 2 years. Today we got reached over 100 zones and the slave gives us this error message on the last 2 domains Sep 15 20:27:19 ns1 named[992]: ...
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Some visitors cannot access my website

I am receiving some reports from different clients in Spain, US and France that they cannot access my website, https://www.ultreyatours.com. They get a ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED error saying the server ...
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Is there any way to tell the TTL on root name server DNS records?

I am currently migrating a DNS zone from one DNS server provider to another. I am trying to estimate how long it will take for the change to propagate, and to understand what the delay might be if I ...
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Is it possible to point a domain name to my home directory on university's server (no root access) [closed]

I have a webpage in my home directory in my university's RHEL 5.11 server that is accessible via www.univerisity.edu/~uname. I have a domain name registered with godaddy and I would like to point ...
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Public DNS server with dnsmasq works on LAN but not WAN (aws ec2 server)

I would like to setup a public DNS server that uses the server hosts file for certain domains, and then falls back on google's DNS for all other queries. At such, I setup dnsmasq with the following ...
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How to configure Separate Domain registrar, Web host and Email host settings? [duplicate]

Let's say we have a domain example.com Domain registrar : NAME.COM Web Host : IPAGE.COM Email Host : GMAIL (Google Apps) My understanding is that: I should add MX records to use Gmail (clear) I ...
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multiple ptr record in bind

I'm running some small ISP here and I own couple of IP ranges. I have given a few public IP addresses to some of my customer and they are running mail servers on them. They have demanded me to add ...
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How to secure Windows Server 2012 R2 against “open recursive resolver” attack

I received an email from an ISP stating that our server had participated in a DDOS attack against one of their servers--and that we appear to be running an "open recursive resolver". The IP address ...
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Backup server for Subdomain

I have a subdomain and two different server. I want to create a backup server for this subdomain so when first server can't reached or not respond, second server automatically answer requests. main ...
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Do I need a DNS in my domain to let my clients find the WSUS server?

I have my WSUS installed on the same system as my Active Directory management. The weird thing is, that when i put a client in the same domain, i find it in my AD but not on my wsus. The client ...
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When setting up DNS forwarders is it correct or incorrect to use the gateway IP?

Server 2012 R2 I'm trying finalize my DNS setup after just promoting my first domain controller. As I ran through the Configure a DNS Wizard, it asked for an IP address to forward DNS queries. My ...
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Can a root server delegate specific subzones of a domain to different nameservers?

I would like to know, if a root server could delegate different subzones of a zone to different nameservers and the rest to a default nameserver. E.g. I have the zones "thing.", "some.thing.", ...
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Setting up a webhosting at home with own domain [closed]

FIRST OFF ALL: I understand that hosting sites from home is a terrible idea, but the point is that I have to test some sites with a very custom apache/php setup so I don't want to spend money renting ...
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HTTP on localhost not working with DNS A-record and port forward (ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE)

I have a Jenkins server on my local machine that I publish to the outside world through a DNS A record (ci.alanif.se:8080) with my ISP and port forwarding through two routers. This works perfectly ...
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Should I host my own DNS server (via Plesk) or just use my registrar (via GoDaddy)? [duplicate]

On my current dedicated server I'm hosting my own DNS for my domains through Plesk; which has been working fine. However, I'm migrating to a new dedicated server and I'm wondering if I should just ...
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How does my domain reseller know my server ip? [duplicate]

On my domain resellers DNS page I can specify my own addresses for own nameservers. What should be the value of this fields? I have seen examples where the value was ns1.domain.tld but no other ...
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Dnsmasq's DNS response auto caching feature not working

Dnsmasq Cache and Internal Log on USR1 signal dump (when running with or without --no-daemon and --log-queries for analysis) it always shows: 0/0 cache, meaning caching feature of Dnsmasq not working. ...
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CNAME interfering with MX record? [duplicate]

I have got a free domain at Freenom, which I use to host my website, and to receive email. About a month ago, I used an A record to point [Blank] and www to the A record of my webhosting. I also had ...
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weird DNS issue when looking up a service provider's services [closed]

I came across an interesting issue today. I was looking up node1.ar.service.com from the one of the 3 DNS servers exposed to the internet. These 3 servers act as authoritative servers at my ...
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Creating A Records for Localhost

What's the best practice when creating A records that point to localhost? Is it considered taboo or are there some valid cases where it's permissible? I have a dozen domains where I setup "local." ...
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Injecting DNS records for a domain on your DNS server for local domain clients

I have a Microsoft DNS server setup and running for my local domain (mydomain.local). I have set up a public domain since then (mydomain.com) and want all my local clients to have different A hosts ...
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DNS Configuration for Exchange Autodiscover service

I need to publish the exchange service to the internet. I need a basic help with the DNS configuration of my unique registrar service. On the registrar site: I configure a DNS "A" Record that ...
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Bind9 on Ubuntu - SERVFAIL

I spun up a new server on AWS using the Ubuntu 14.04 Server AMI. I'm intending to build a public DNS server for our sites. We currently have two others running CentOS, but I was informed that one will ...
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Total DNS errors 100% in openshift

From yesterday suddenly my website down and Google webmaster shows Total DNS errors 100%. My app is http://core-ahang2mail.rhcloud.com I don't know what should I do, Could you please help me? ...
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DNS is not pointing [closed]

Let me clear scenario first 1)I purchased static IP from network provider and his name server is INPUDIIDNSPRPRD01.TATACOMMUNICATIONS.COM and INCHVSIDNSSEPRD01.TATACOMMUNICATIONS.COM 2)Then I just ...
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Make reachable via a fixed address (e.g. IPv6) a server that is actually connected via a variable IPv4 adress?

Need: Internet host at a fixed IP address for full-stack self-hosting People want to perform self-hosting in an area where no ISP provide sufficient service with a fixed IP address. They provide one ...