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DNS - dig query - NS not returning for sub domain from one location but does for another

I have DNS setup in x2 places and will be repointing NS shortly. Before I do that, I wanted to confirm DNS is correct at both locations. I'm using dig and passing in a file. When I query the NS of the ...
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DNS propogation is not complete [closed]

I pointed my domain bought on reg.com to Hostinger 4 days ago. But my DNS propogation is still not completed. NS records have a few location to propgate, and Cname is not propogated at all. What ...
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How will requests to DNS servers be processed?

I plan to move the external ns zone outside the country, 3 entries at the domain registrar will indicate external addresses(outside the country) and 1 entries will indicate my local ns(inside the ...
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ERROR: 118 Inconsistent set of NS RRs

I get this error from my Domain-Registrar. ERROR: 118 Inconsistent set of NS RRs (IP, NS host names) (ns1.first-ns.de./2a01:4f8:0:a101:0:0:a:1, [ns1.first-ns.de, robotns2.second-ns.de, robotns3.second-...
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Self-hosted vs outsourced domain name for NS record

my-manageable-zone.com Let's say you have a DNS server with public IP address of 205.251.197.174 and you planned it to be an authoritative zone for my-manageable-zone.com. Basically, you have two ...
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Understanding NS Record and Authorative Server Better

I'm trying to understand how DNS works. Even after a quiet amount of searching it's still not clear to me how NS record works. Now I've following two facts. Fact 1 (based on this article, the first ...
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Can I point specific prefixed wildcard sub-domain to another set of name servers for the same DNS domain but hosted elsewhere?

I have a domain, say, example.com hosted in GoDaddy. I want to create all DNS records starting with dev for this domain in route53 of our Dev AWS account (e.g. dev-abc.example.com, dev-xyz.example.com)...
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How to fix Nameservers list [ns1.myserver.com., ns2.myserver.com.] different from NS Records: []

In Windows Server I have a DNS Server where I add NS records ns1.myserver.com and ns2.myserver.com. On domain panel I set the nameservers to point to the ns1.myserver.com and ns2.myserver.com. This ...
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Is there a standard saying NS records SHOULD NOT be set to zone apex?

Is there a standard or RFC saying NS records are not to be pointed to zone apex (with appropriate glue in parent zone)? For example: test.test. IN NS test.test. test.test. IN A 192.0.2.1
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Move DNS Records from Office 365 to AWS Route 53

I am trying to move my DNS service over from Office365 to AWS Route 53. AWS was where the domain was purchased but due to the ease (at that point at least) the DNS entries were setup at Offce 365. I'm ...
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DNS subdomain delegation for different servers, but same domain

could someone explain to me what i am doing wrong, or it is just impossible to do. Just for learning, and understading how subdomain delegation works. I have 1 domain eg.: server.com and 3 VPS servers,...
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Is it possible to get a TXT record value for a domain that also has an NS record

I'm writing an app that lets a user host our pages on their domains. To do that, they need to configure a couple records in their DNS. One is a TXT record with a unique value just to prove ownership. ...
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Adding MailChimp CNAME records [closed]

MailChimp asked to authenticate our domain by adding CNAME records. So far, Mailchimp seems to have authenticated the records, but when I do a NS query on the many NS checkers online, none of them ...
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Glue Records, A Records, and NS Records

I have set up my name server and set the glue records. It's working. However, I'm not sure if I have everything properly to spec. For example, I currently have a glue record set for ns1.mydomain....
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How to split dns configuration within 2 servers

I have both aws route53 and a dedicated server dns conf I tried setting NS records - ns111.awsdns-xz.co. - ns112.awsdns-xz.co. - ns113.awsdns-xz.co. Basically what I want to achieve is to have ...
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What is the difference between @ and ns records

I trying to understand the difference between an A record with @ and ns records. I am trying to point a subdomain testing.example.com to another server that will have its own DNS server, mail server ...
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Can I use a CNAME for registrar NS records with Google Cloud DNS?

Google Cloud DNS is prompting users to set the following nameserver records with their registars: ns-cloud-c1.googledomains.com. ns-cloud-c2.googledomains.com. ns-cloud-c3.googledomains.com. ns-cloud-...
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Only a single subdomain cannot connect to the server why?

I have a lot of subdomains on azrhymes.com, eg. de.azrhymes.com, es.azrhymes.com, etc. (~20 subdomains) and all of them work (including some very new ones) except ru.azrhymes.com that responds 'we ...
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How is it possible to contain DNS A records without NS records for a domain?

Today I saw a domain that contains DNS A record but no DNS NS records. How is it possible to create A record without NS Nameservers? Example domain is: frankstudios.com dig for A records: root@...
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NS change but MX points to domain

I will be changing the nameservers for a client to my server for a new website. I will be using Cloudflare as it also adds SSL. The problem is that he has an MX record pointing to mail.example.com. ...
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Why don't the NS records on my registrar's name server reflect the values of the alternate name servers I've specified?

Example: example.com is registered at Namecheap but I want to use Cloudflare DNS. So on my Namecheap DNS I set the domain's nameservers (I thought this changed the NS records) to the Cloudflare name ...
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Do NS records have point to name servers with matching SOA?

I have a requirement to delegate many but not all domains to another DNS server. To simplify things, I'd like to delegate all of them to the same DNS server/zone, rather than one for each. Is that ...
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Revert back to manual text edits in Bind

I've tried searching for this online, but could not find an answer. We currently run a bind cluster with 1 master and 8 slaves in our infrastructure. One of the things I wanted to implement an ...
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Should I use NS record or CNAMES for subdomains? [closed]

For subdomains should I use a CNAME or NS record? My registrar and hosting providers are different
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Receiving emails in a different DNS provider, should I add MX or NS records?

This is similar, yet different than How should I setup separate MX records for a subdomain? in that I want another DNS provider to handle receiving emails from a subdomain. I have a DNS zone provided ...
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Setting the new domain as a domain pointer alias to the main domain

I don't have enough information about DNS and domains. I have a domain on my host and I want to add my new domain to point to the server. I find out that it can be done with domain pointers. I set the ...
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NS or SOA causing issues intermittently?

My site always seems to be loading fine for me but I started receiving reports of some people not being able to connect to the site. It seems to be a DNS issue, but I can't isolate the problem. Some ...
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How to delegate a whole domain to another server though CloudFlare?

I'm facing some difficulties today. I have an Italian domain name, and the Italian Authority (NIC) is very restrictive. For example, you can't have 2 NS records having the same IP address. So in fact, ...
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Using CNAME in place of NS DNS Records

Okay, this is a slightly different question than the others that I have read regarding NS & CNAME. I am using Google Domains for domain, and a cloud service IPP for hosting. I would like to use ...
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NS record pointing to subdomain - would this work?

I've rented the domain example.com (including *.example.com) at Foobar Domains Inc.. I'd like to have my own nameserver ns1.example.com for example.com and *.example.com. I can provide an NS record ...
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Conflicting sets of NS records

When checking the NS records of a domain, depending on which nameserver I query, I either get one set of nameservers, another set of nameservers, or both. For example, checking with Google DNS, it ...
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Is it possible to chain NS records?

Is it 'legal' and possible in DNS to chain NS records like this: com. NS: example.com NS ns1.example.com. ns1.example.com A a.b.c.d example.com. NS: example.com NS azuredns.com. azuredns.com. A x....
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Creating DNS Zone before projects relocation when using same NS records (No Downtime Allowed)

We have 2 accounts (servers), every account has different domains attached and because it's the same company all the domains uses the same nameservers. So according to this great response of @wesley ...
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Is it correct BIND9 configuration for my external DNS zone?

My file with zone My /etc/bind/db.piduna.org ; ; BIND data file for local loopback interface ; $TTL 604800 $ORIGIN piduna.org. @ IN SOA ns1.piduna.org. root.piduna.org. ( ...
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Partially propagated DNS?

Yesterday I made some changes to the Name Server records for a clients domain. Here's a link to a DNS propagation checker that shows the updated NS fields for only three DNS servers across the world. ...
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only SOA on own DNS server; other RR on third DNS servers

At Registro.br, I bought a domain and pointed to my primary DNS server. I use tinydns. I created a SOA and two NS entries. That's working perfectly. My question: Is it possible on my DNS server ...
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How to set NS for second server?

I have a domain: example.com and have a server with IP 21.1.1.1 I set vanity/private/child nameservers for example.com as below: ns1.example.com with IP 21.1.1.1 and ns2.example.com with IP 21.1.1.1 ...
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NS server updated, but A record pulled from old nameserver

I use Amazon AWS Route 53 as both my DNS and Nameserver. I want to use Wix as my name server. I've updated my NS record on AWS Route to point to the Wix name server. It's been 72 hours, and I think ...
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Migrating DNS provider when having high NS-record TTL

I have recently migrated one of my .com-domain zones from DNS provider A to DNS provider B, however the TTL on the NS-records for the zone on provider A is very high = 432000 (5 days), and thus I feel ...
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NS record configuration not working in bind (bind9) on ubuntu

I have following zone file: testzone.local. IN SOA MyUbuntu hostname ( 6 ; Serial 3h ; Refresh after 3 hours ...
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BIND server sends no query back

I've tried to configure my BIND-DNS server, so it will respond to to DNS requests made to a subdomain mail.prognoza.cu.cc of my domain prognoza.cu.cc . I've defined an NS record of mail.prognoza.cu....
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Need help understanding what to "point" for DNS

I am just learning about DNS, so please bear with me and don't hesitate to correct me. I own my domain example.com --- I have created two linux boxes that I am designating ns1 and ns2 .example.com. ...
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Moving away from cloudflare

I set up cloudflare for a domain a few weeks ago as a stopgap to have TLS. I now want to move this domain to AWS and Route 53. The domain has been added to Route 53, but I'm not sure how to change ...
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Moving DNS management from Office 365 to my own host

At the moment the DNS for our domain is managed at Office 365. This means the NS records point to Microsoft (dig -t ns ourdomain.com): ns1.bdm.microsoftonline.com ns2.bdm.microsoftonline.com ns3.bdm....
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get NS record for domain using dig

I'm currently trying to write a script that validates, whether a given record attached to a name is available via all nameservers that are responsible for that name. E.g. I would like to check ...
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DNS subdomain (child) NS records

If we have example.com we would setup things something like this: $ORIGIN example.com. @ 1D IN SOA ns1.example.com. hostmaster.example.com. ( 2002022401 ; serial ...
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Do something with dns caching after transfering site to new hosting

I've transferred web-site to new hosting, changing ns records in domain admin panel. Everything is ok, but there is dns caching on computers visited site before. They store old ns records. Locally, ...
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How domain points to exact host? [closed]

I know that when we put nameserver to domain it points to server then we put domain adress to a host so it basically connects each other. But lets say when I`m using AWS or other providers they give ...
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Registrar NS records not pointing to Route 53

I'm having difficulty setting up Route 53 and my registrar settings. I've purchased the domain from InMotion Hosting. On the AWS side, I have my AMI set up with an Elastic IP. I successfully view the ...
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What happens when I modify the NS records with my domain name registrar?

When I register my domain charity.org with ACME Domains (acme-domains.com), I have an option to enter the nameservers (NS records) for my domain in ACME Domain's control panel. What is happening when ...
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