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Old 3rd September 2010, 04:20
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Originally Posted by adionne View Post
ns13.zoneedit.com.example1.com
ns9.zoneedit.com.example1.com
Hi adionne. Sorry, I missed this thread earlier. One of the quirks of DNS is you can end up with records like those. The trick is, when entering a fully qualified name like ns13.zoneedit.com, you need to put a stop/dot at the end of the name, like this.

ns13.zoneedit.com.
ns9.zoneedit.com.

What can happen if you don't is the software thinks it's just part of the current zone and appends its own name to the end, like you saw. That could be part of why you are seeing some of those errors as the nameserver names are wrong.

Definitely also setup the slave servers on ISPConfig3 the way that till said. You may also need to check your firewall allows port 53/tcp.
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