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radim_h 15th April 2007 02:40

how to change default DNS settings?
 
Hello guys !
first, thank you all for all advices you gave me, Falko especially. ISPC is great!


And now i have a question again .)

where could i change default DNS settings for newly created domain?
now ISPC creates:
A Record
IP-Adresse Hostname
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx mydomain.tld (not visible in DNS admin)
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx www
CNAME
Hostname Target (empty)
MX
Mailserver Hostname
admin.myhosting.tld


Let's say i'd like to have:
A record
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx mydomain.tld
CNAME
* mydomain.tld
mail mail2.myhosting.tld
MX
10 mail2.myhosting.com
100 mailbackup.myhosting.com

instead
?

falko 15th April 2007 11:40

You can do this in ISPConfig's DNS Manager.

radim_h 16th April 2007 09:58

:))
 
Well, not exactly what i meant .)
I know i can edit records in DNS manager, just wanted to have different values when Master record is created
(Want migrate 50 webs.. )
And also DNS configuration will be always the same on this server, so i wanted have initial values correct, that it

falko 17th April 2007 11:32

You'd have to modify the ISPConfig sources then. I think it's in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/classes/ispconfig_isp_web.lib.php.

jonwatson 14th April 2008 15:26

Hi

Can you confirm that this is the right file? I can't fine any settings for default DNS in this file. I would like to set a different default TTL than the 86400 that BIND sets automatically.

Thanks,

Jon

radim_h 14th April 2008 15:32

it should be also edited in form designer:
Management-->Form Designer--> Edit Form -->dns - DNS Eintrag:-->Edit

jonwatson 14th April 2008 15:49

Awesome, thanks.

Jon


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