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After creating a nameserver subdomain named 1/2/3.buzztera.gr with the help from a Digital Ocean tutorial and creating glue records, I changed my nameservers to point to ns1/2/3.buzztera.gr from the registrar but this test says

One or more name servers is not authoritative for this domain (or did not respond in time).

and

ns1.buzztera.gr : no nameserver

ns2.buzztera.gr : no nameserver

ns3.buzztera.gr : no nameserver

what else do i need to do ?

My current setup is

Glue Records :

ns1.buzztera.gr A (digital ocean ns1.digitalocean.com ip)

ns2.buzztera.gr A (digital ocean ns2.digitalocean.com ip)

ns3.buzztera.gr A (digital ocean ns3.digitalocean.com ip)

DNS Settings (from DO)

ns1.buzztera.gr NS

ns2.buzztera.gr NS

ns3.buzztera.gr NS

ns1.buzztera.gr A (digital ocean ns1.digitalocean.com ip)

ns2.buzztera.gr A (digital ocean ns2.digitalocean.com ip)

ns3.buzztera.gr A (digital ocean ns3.digitalocean.com ip)

Registar nameserver:

ns1.buzztera.gr

ns2.buzztera.gr

ns3.buzztera.gr

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    Please post the domain name, it makes helping to solve DNS problems so much easier – Drifter104 Feb 24 '16 at 13:46
  • ok, its buzztera.gr. I will modify my question then. – user1919915 Feb 24 '16 at 13:47
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You missed this bit from the guide

For example:
(Do not forget the trailing dots)

If you do a DNS query for ns1.buzztera.gr no results are returned however if you do a query for ns1.buzztera.gr.buzztera.gr. you get the IP of the ns1.digitalocean.com

By not adding the trailing dot the domain is applied to the record to create ns1.buzztera.gr.buzztera.gr. not ns1.buzztera.gr. go back and add the dot and the rest "should" work*

*Unless there other issues that fixing this will reveal

  • The NS does have a dot in the end. buzztera.gr. 1800 IN NS ns1.buzztera.gr. buzztera.gr. 1800 IN NS ns2.buzztera.gr. buzztera.gr. 1800 IN NS ns3.buzztera.gr. – user1919915 Feb 24 '16 at 15:15
  • @user1919915 something somewhere doesn't because that is the exact reason this happens – Drifter104 Feb 24 '16 at 15:30
  • Do A records require a dot? The only NS entries are those 3 – user1919915 Feb 24 '16 at 15:43
  • @user1919915 yes – Drifter104 Feb 24 '16 at 15:43
  • pastebin.com/MHpQUKu6 zone file as generated by digital ocean, anything wrong there? – user1919915 Feb 24 '16 at 16:03

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