frnkblk at iname.com
Mon Feb 9 13:32:03 UTC 2009
Please forgive me for my naivety, but since when did a host name have a
I just went to Verisign's WHOIS website
(http://registrar.verisign-grs.com/whois/), and I see they have an option to
query for NS records. Interesting, never saw that before in a WHOIS site
From: bind-users-bounces at lists.isc.org
[mailto:bind-users-bounces at lists.isc.org] On Behalf Of Matus UHLAR -
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2009 3:15 AM
To: bind-users at lists.isc.org
Subject: Re: NS validation?
On 07.02.09 20:58, Frank Bulk - iName.com wrote:
> A business customer of ours could not change their DNS entry at
> from ns1.mtcnet.net/ns1.netins.net.
> After 10 failed attempts thru register.com to register <domain>
> to ns1.mtcnet.net and ns1.netins.net, I contacted Register.com
> and escalated this call to their highest tech authority. I
> found out that Register.com uses 'VeriSign' as its DNS
> Registered Validator. Apparently when I transferred this domain
> name from a different registrar I was supposed to use a
> special DNS Registration thru VeriSign option (who knew?) then
> transfer this to register.com
> For some reason VeriSign doesn't have NS1.MTCNET.NET on its
> list as registered DNS. Go figure.
> Ever heard of this before?
it probably means that ns1.mtcnet.net did not have its WHOIS record.
Is does now. Some registrars require nameservers to have WHOIS records if
you want to use them for registering domains.
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