dsparro at gmail.com
Tue Oct 3 21:12:33 UTC 2006
On 10/3/06, Joseph S D Yao <jsdy at center.osis.gov> wrote:
> 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.
Although just today I was troubleshooting for a customer that managed
to register his domain pointing to a hostname that I don't believe has
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