.US Domains with PublicDNS via granitecanyon
barmar at bbnplanet.com
Mon Mar 27 05:38:16 UTC 2000
In article <38DE3A1A.23948.1404639 at localhost>, <wwebb at adni.net> wrote:
>> you have to first register a domaine name with internic and use
>> ns1.granitecanyon.com for dns then create a domain zone with granitecanyon
>He is not proposing to register a name with internic, but the .US
>TLD and they require that the nameservers be providing
>authoritative information for the domain to be delegated before they
>will delegate the domain.
Actually, he's not registering in the .US TLD. The wilton.ct.us domain is
already delegated to ns1.norwalk.com and ns5.norwalk.com, so he needs to
register with the wilton.ct.us registrar. According to whois.isi.edu, the
Wilhelm, Charles (CW552-US) cw at norwalk.com
Welch, Jim (JW1130-US) welchj at RPI.EDU
And the SOA record says that the hostmaster is jw at research.troy.ny.us.
>> On Sun, 26 Mar 2000, David Johnson wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I would like to configure a domain troop20.wilton.ct.us for my new Boy Scout
>> > webpage. The DNS will be provided by granite canyon PublicDNS. I am
>> > confused about the registration procedure. Which do I have to register with
>> > first, Granite Canyon PublicDNS or nic.us?
>> > It looks like the nic.us registration asks for the nameservers, so I am
>> > inclined to register with PublicDNS first. However the PublicDNS example
>> > hints that I need to be registered with IANA for a .us domain before I can
>> > get DNS.
>> > Any advice is greatly appreciated.
>> > -Dave Johnson
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