Joseph S D Yao jsdy at center.osis.gov
Tue Oct 3 17:58:32 UTC 2006

On Tue, Oct 03, 2006 at 12:40:44PM -0400, Joseph S D Yao wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 03, 2006 at 12:12:32PM -0400, Paul Amaral wrote:
> > But I guess this wouldn't work either since for a registrar needs the dns
> > server to be registered. So the customer would not be able to register the
> > domain name with my customers ns server name.
> Why not?
> > I guess there's no real way to disguise my NS server for my customer so that
> > his clients use ns1.mycustomer.com instead of my ns, ns1.isp.net as the DNS
> > server has to be registered at the nic.
> Again, why not?

I was reminded that some domains in the past have refused to register
the same IP address for multiple name servers.  Odd, that.  But if you
try this and are refused, just give your name servers (multiple, right?)
each a second, virtual IP address, and have them register using that.

Joe Yao
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