Using a different domain name as the DNS server for a domain
SamanKaya at netscape.net
Tue Dec 1 17:39:01 UTC 2009
Many thanks for the response Chris!!!!
As you where writing and sending this I sort of worked it out but this
makes things much clearer :-)
I really do appreciate all the help!
Chris Buxton wrote:
> You can create the NS record as you have described (type = NS, not A), but remember to put a dot on the end:
> birimgrup.com. in NS ns1.optiplex-networks.com.
> This is quite common. Here are some real-world examples:
> com. IN NS a.gtld-servers.net.
> menandmice.com. IN NS ns0.c.is.
> As for reverse records, these are indexed by the IP address, not be the domain name on the right hand side. Your PTR records will go in the reverse zone you already have.
> Chris Buxton
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> Men & Mice
> On Dec 1, 2009, at 9:11 AM, Kaya Saman wrote:
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