I can't change my name server for domain registered through Network Solutions.
kcd at daimlerchrysler.com
Mon Mar 12 23:39:46 UTC 2001
To tell the truth, I'm not sure *who* is at fault here. On the one hand, the
ns1.10dash.com A record is in the TLD servers, but not in NSI's WHOIS database.
On the other hand, I can't get *any* information about hosts from eNameCo's
WHOIS server. I get the message
> We are unable to access records for host from the root registry at this time.
> This is either because host is not currently registered by eNameCo, or because the root registry
> server is undergoing maintenance.
for *any* "host" query, including one for "ns1.e-names.org"!
I would probably start with eNameCo and find out why their WHOIS is spitting out that message. Until you can confirm that eNameCo actually registered the host, I'm fairly certain NSI won't give you the time of day.
John Wu wrote:
> Sorry if this is not a very right place to ask for such question.
> I have registered domain "dnaweb.net" through Network Solutions and I want
> to change my primary name server to "ns1.10dash.com". But I always get "host
> name invalid" when I tried to make changes through
> FYI, I can use ns1.10dash.com as a name server for other domains registered
> through www.dotster.com or www.gkg.net.
> The last respond from Network Solutions is that I have to contact eNameCo
> (the one who registered ns1.10dash.com as a name server). I contacted
> eNameCo, and they said if a name server can work for domain registered
> through other registrar then it should work also for domains registered
> through NSI.
> I have been trying to get a more detail explanations from NSI through emails
> but there is no reply at all.
> I really hope I can get some advises from you guys. Where is the problem
> actually ? Who should I really approach? Network Solutions or eNameCo ???
> Best Regards,
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