Newby question for a secondary
barmar at genuity.net
Mon Oct 29 18:20:28 UTC 2001
In article <9rjvo7$e24 at pub3.rc.vix.com>, tip.gr <support at mail.tip.gr> wrote:
>Sorry for my English but I'm Greek
>I need to set up a hosting server in my ISP datacenter.
>Everything is ok with my Primary NS
>The problem is with my secondary since I need to hide my ISP from this.
You *need* to, or you *want* to? If you need to, why?
>What I'm thinking to do since they do not set up any alias on their NS
>NS2.my-ns-server.com (me) I was wondering if I can give my customers
>And then set up an A record for NS2.my-ns-server.com to my ISP DNS server IP
You can do this on your nameserver, but the problem is that they won't be
able to send this information to NSI with their domain registration. NSI
will only allow one hostname to be registered for a server address.
Barry Margolin, barmar at genuity.net
Genuity, Woburn, MA
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