barmar at alum.mit.edu
Mon Feb 20 19:35:34 UTC 2006
In article <dtd571$307s$1 at sf1.isc.org>,
"help at nantucket.net" <help at nantucket.net> wrote:
> Actually, no, masterdomain.com is registered at netsol.
Then you need to register ns2.masterdomain.com there.
The idea is that only the owner of the masterdomain.com domain should be
able to register name servers <name>.masterdomain.com. Otherwise, you
could create hostnames in someone else's domain by registering
> on 2/20/06 2:16 PM, Marco Schumann at schumann at strato-rz.de wrote:
> > help at nantucket.net schrieb:
> >> Hi all...
> >> Im confused. Im trying to add a tertiary name server to my domain record
> >> at
> >> godaddy (or network solutions also). Here is the current setup:
> >> domain in question: www.mydomain.com
> >> name server 1: ns1.masterdomain.com
> >> name server 2: backup.masterdomain.com
> >> When I try to add a tertiary server of: ns2.masterdomain.com
> >> Neither registry allows it. Godaddy gives an "unknown error". Ive tried
> >> contacting godaddy support about it, but of course I get canned responses
> >> that run me in circles, very frustrating. Is there something im missing?
> >> Does this ns2 need to be registered somewhere? Why cant I add it?
> > Hello,
> > what is "mydomain.com" really? Is "masterdomain.com" also registered via
> > the registrar of your domain (GoDaddy)? I guess not...
> > Regards
> The Help Guy
> help at nantucket.net
Barry Margolin, barmar at alum.mit.edu
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