Originally Posted by till
There are several possibilitys:
1) Point both nameserver entries to your server IP. But if your server fails, the domain will not be reachable anymore in DNS. On the other hand, if Mail and Webserver are on the same server anyway, it does not make a big difference if DNS fails too
i have registered a new domain example2.com with godaddy.com
i want to host this new domain on my ispconfig server (example.com)
however, when i try to point the DNS of example2.com to example.com, godaddy gives an error, "Unavailable error in field Host name1"
why does godaddy reject example.com as my DNS server?
(they don't accept IP address - saying "Nameserver 1 has an invalid TLD")
must i have a NS record for example.com?