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so I did some messing around and figured out that @ represents example.com and just added the following line to my A Addresses @ IN A 192.168.0.152 Worked liked a charm. Here's what the entire file looks like now: ; ; BIND data file for local loopback interface ; $TTL 1h @ IN SOA ns.example.com. root.example.com. ( ...


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Please enter the command from your terminal system-config-network-tui This will allow you to configure the network settings manually but through a graphical interface. Please come back and comment if this works.


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You've not clearly stated your goals, so providing a specific recommendation is difficult. However, for ease of management and security, using one domain for public facing services and another for internal services is beneficial while not technically required. For example, you could place all public facing services on one domain. Then use a DNS service ...


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The browser passes the name its user is requesting in the http-header, regardless of what IP/CNAME the DNS returns to send the request to. It does not care what type of DNS record was used to resolve the name to an ip address. The CNAME does magically turn the browser into a http-forward-agent that changes its user's requested string into something else. So ...


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You can change the CNAME to an A record to point to your server. What if the visitors visit without www (naked domain?). You said in your question, in at least two places, that you wanted to move the www subdomain.


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The best way to check nameservers is to dig it or ping it. You will have to just fire following commands from terminal. dig n1.yournameservers.com ping n1.yournameservers.com Result of above commands should show your IP address. Currently your website is using nameservers of cloudflare: clark.ns.cloudflare.com. ['173.245.59.87'] ...


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BIND will accept records of arbitrary type on the standardized generic opaque record format: foo.example.com. IN TYPE<typeno> \# <length> <hexencodedRData>


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Check your logging directory permissions. I found in my logs: Jun 5 18:46:38 xsystem named[1116]: isc_stdio_open '/var/log/named.debug.log' failed: permission denied Jun 5 18:46:38 xsystem named[1116]: configuring logging: permission denied Jun 5 18:46:38 xsystem named[1116]: loading configuration: permission denied Jun 5 18:46:38 xsystem named[1116]: ...



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