I can't change my name server for domain registered through Network Solutions.
kcd at daimlerchrysler.com
Fri Mar 16 23:22:52 UTC 2001
Chip Old wrote:
> On Thu, 15 Mar 2001, Michael Scheidell wrote:
> > "John Wu" <baliscan at flashmail.com> wrote
> > >
> > > 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
> > > http://www.networksolutions.com/en_US/makechanges//
> > Switch over your registration from nsi to someone who can help
> That won't make any difference. The problem is that "ns1.10dash.com"
> isn't registered as a host (a name server). John needs to go to
> http://www.networksolutions.com/cgi-bin/makechanges/itts/host to register
> "ns1.10dash.com" as a host.
> He would have to do something similar no matter which ICANN-approved
> registrar he chooses.
And you don't find it odd that ns1.10dash.com is *already* in the .com servers
as a nameserver for 10dash.com? How did it get there without a host record???
As I said in my response to this poster, it's not clear who's at fault here.
But the fact that the WHOIS server of eNameCo -- the registrar for 10dash.com
-- apparently can't look up *any* host records tends to cast suspicion
slightly more on them than NSI. If, as it appears, eNameCo's interface to the
"host" part of the shared registry is fundamentally broken, it's quite
possible that they might have inserted some bad data for ns1.10dash.com into
the "host" database...
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