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the name of name server

I used Robtex.com for an online DNS analysis, I'm confused about the meaning of "the name of name server" for the domain name "some_domain.com" robtex returns "The names of name servers are" : ...
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1answer
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What does changing a NS record actually do?

As I am by no means a server expert, so I wanted to learn the basics by starting my own small VPS on Digital Ocean and host some simple websites to try things out. In the tutorials of DO it says that ...
3
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1answer
52 views

Proper way to create an NS record in Windows DNS

In BIND, you create an NS record that points to an A record: labs.example.com. IN NS ns1.example.com. ns1.example.com. IN A 192.168.80.50 In Windows DNS, you are first asked to provide the Domain ...
3
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2answers
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What is the role of NS records at the apex of a DNS domain?

$ORIGIN example.com. ; not necessary, using this to self-document $TTL 3600 @ IN SOA ns1.example.com. admin.example.com. ( 1970010100 7200 1800 1209600 300) @ ...
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1answer
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NS records chicken and egg: NS in the domain it's serving [duplicate]

I've dealt with BIND for years and this has always kind of bugged me. $ dig google.com ns ;; QUESTION SECTION: ;google.com. IN NS ;; ANSWER SECTION: google.com. 87046 IN NS ...
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votes
1answer
28 views

Multiple sites on server but only one is down. Possible DNS issue?

I have several sites on a VPS server and one of the sites randomly went down earlier (500 error). The site is hosted on a subdomain of another website that is hosted elsewhere. So, the site that is ...
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1answer
31 views

DNS: why do we need RR type NS with name and not directly IP?

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 ...
2
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1answer
103 views

I really want a wildcard NS record in BIND. Is there a workaround? [duplicate]

We have a public DNS provider, a private DNS master, and a private DNS slave. The public DNS provides the "example.com" zone, and all of it's subdomains. Our private DNS also provides the ...
3
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5answers
174 views

Is a subdomain with both A records and NS records valid?

Let's say I own example.com. I then create an A record on test.example.com to 1.1.1.1. I then create a NS record on test.example.com to ns1.anotherdnshost.com. At another DNS host, I add an A ...
0
votes
1answer
121 views

Exist a way to make gTLD servers update its NS records for a given domain?

I changed the DNS servers for a given domain and still days after that change gTLD continue replying a set of NS records that include the old NS entries. dig @g.gtld-servers.net. MYDOMAON.COM ns ...
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2answers
133 views

Can I avoid operating DNS on a domain by using only a glue record? [closed]

I was thinking that I might be able to get away with simplifying DNS by foregoing the usual delegation setup and not operating DNS for my domain, instead relying only on the glue records in the TLD ...
1
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1answer
136 views

Are A records to NS hostnames required?

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. ...
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2answers
214 views

Clarification of why DNS zone files require NS records

This question was originally asked here: Why do DNS zone files require NS records? To summarise: "When I go to my registrar and purchase example.com , I will tell my registrar that my nameservers are ...
2
votes
1answer
86 views

Where in the DNS process are NS records used? [duplicate]

I register a new domain, mynewdomain.com, at a hosting company. In the advanced DNS settings there is an A record which maps mynewdomain.com to a ip address. In my webhost control panel, it shows ...
0
votes
2answers
32 views

Required entries in DNS records [closed]

Writing a brief best practices technical document for in house. A Records for hostname / IP mapping (blank).mydomain.com www.mydomain.com *.mydomain.com -can also add subdomain, ftp, cpanel, etc ...
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4answers
2k views

DNS lookup failed — dig: couldn't get address for 'ns1.p34.dynect.net': failure

I am a Network Admin from India, managing a large University Network of more than 15000 users. Here goes my problem - > My DNS is unable to get ip address for ns1.p34.dynect.net. when i use dig ...
0
votes
1answer
406 views

Managing the “DNS Zone Template” in Plesk / Parallels 11.0.9

I have a (dv) Dedicated Virtual hosting environment running Plesk 11 at Media Temple. I am able to control the Default DNS Zone Template used to create new virtual hosts as I add customers. Forgive ...
0
votes
3answers
634 views

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 ...
1
vote
3answers
131 views

Which NS record will dns lookup use?

If I have contradictory NS records for my domain: dig +trace example.com example.com. 172800 IN NS ns1.webfaction.com. example.com. 172800 IN NS ns2.webfaction.com. example.com. ...
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votes
1answer
85 views

How can i set new domains to respond to my server [closed]

I would like to create a page for new clients in my hosting. When someone register a domain, sometimes that person don't have a dns, or the hosting didn't created the account. So the page will not ...
1
vote
3answers
70 views

Two group of name server records, where to put them?

I've registered my domain by a registrar that has very poor DNS management tools. I need to point from my registrar to another third-party DNS manager, and then from there point to the name servers of ...
1
vote
1answer
126 views

NS records on NameServer for parked Domain

I have domain and I set NS records for this domain on Registrator Page. For egz.: ns1.some.com ns2.some.com On these ns servers I have Records A, MX. If I need set NS records on ns1.some.com and ...
1
vote
1answer
113 views

Transferring NS records to a new server

I feel like that was NOT worded well, but here is my current predicament. I recently had a GoDaddy dedicated server, and decided after their customer support failed to do anything but disappoint, to ...
0
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4answers
130 views

Using own NS for your domain

I have a dedicated server from 1and1. Let's say I have a domain named example.com. Can I point it at ns1.example.com and ns2.example.com and use it for other domains?
0
votes
2answers
543 views

How to check if NS records are correct?

I am trying to set up Iodine (probably not that important) and to get it running I need to create a NS record on my domain and run a service on port 53 on my server. Let's say I own "domain.com." and ...
0
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1answer
183 views

NS server selection (mixed glue/non-glue NS from the parent zone)

Apart from the source code, there seems to be virtually no public information on the web of how BIND and djbdns, amongst other recursive resolvers, select which NS servers they will query as part of ...
0
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1answer
322 views

DNS record for a subdomain on Dreamhost

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 ...
2
votes
2answers
2k views

Can CNAMEs be used to point to Name Servers?

Here's what I need: www. and root of domain are hosted on the old host beta. is hosted by the new host Here is the problem: Old Host does not allow ANY editing of DNS Records on their Name ...
1
vote
3answers
2k views

local dns server don't respond to class NS queries

iam trying to execute the following command nslookup -type=NS mit.edu but each time it gives the following answer Non-authoritative answer: *** Can't find mit.edu: No answer i have tried several ...
0
votes
1answer
87 views

1server 2ips => 2nameservers possible?

I rented a vServer with 2 ip addresses. I installed ISPConfig on it and I am now configuring the server. Now I am having a lot of troubles in configuring the DNS Zones to make my nameservers work. I ...
0
votes
1answer
355 views

how Setup NS1/NS2 For My VPS?

I'm running a site on a dedicated server (vps = virtual private network , with windows server 2008 , iis & dns has been installed without any configs , have one dedicated ip address) and trying to ...
0
votes
2answers
1k views

How to get Answer response type for NS records using BIND

I'm hoping someone can give me a hand getting this configured. I am trying to get BIND to respond a certain way to reproduce a hosted DNS provider's behavior. I'm fairly new to DNS, but I'm hitting a ...
0
votes
3answers
1k views

A working domain without NS record. Possible?

Is it possible to have a working A record (a working website) without having a NS record? mylinux:~# dig example.com NS ; <<>> DiG 9.3.4-P1.2 <<>> example.com NS ;; global ...
0
votes
1answer
625 views

Setting alias for DynDNS domain

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 ...
1
vote
2answers
712 views

DIG domain NS empty when no other records exist?

I asked our domain registrar to configure the name servers for a new domain. They said it was done so I checked: dig example.com NS Using Google's servers, this is what I get: dig example.com NS ...
8
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1answer
3k views

In DNS can an IN NS point to a CNAME?

Is it allowed to have an NS record be a CNAME? E.g.: subdomain.example.com. IN NS ns1.example.com. ns1.example.com. CNAME foo.example.com. foo.example.com. IN A ...
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2answers
627 views

DNS trouble - think it might be caused by two NS records

About a week ago, I updated my DNS, adding: HOST, TYPE, VALUE, TTL *.soup-team.com CNAME www.myopenid.com 3600 mail.soup-team.com CNAME ghs.google.com 3600 HOST, TYPE, VALUE, MX, TTL soup-team.com ...
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votes
3answers
90 views

Changing web host

right now we host our website in an ISP which is also registers our domain. the company now is entering a mobile operator business which requires that the website to be moved to our internal network ...
1
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2answers
1k views

Testing domains on intranet/local network?

This may sound like a very silly question, but how could I setup domains ( eg www.foo.com ) on my local network? I know that all a domain is, is just a name registered to a name server and that ...
5
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1answer
9k views

How do I setup a TCP over DNS tunnel on Windows?

I've seen a few guides out there, but I could not get any of them to work. I can point NS records to my domain, so it sounds like I should be able to do this. I tried setting up a DMZ for the server ...