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Old 26th July 2009, 20:22
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Hello there,

ISPConfig 3.0.1.4 beta released on Debian 5.0 Lenny.

I have used the DNS Wizard to create the the ns for mydomain.com.
I have the following settings.

A mydomain.com. 11.222.333.22 0
A mail 11.222.333.22 0
A www 11.222.333.22 0
MX mydomain.com. mail.mydomain.com. 10
NS mydomain.com. ns1.mydomain.com. 0
NS mydomain.com. ns2.mydomain.com. 0

Ok here is the question

Do I need to create ns1 and ns2 type A record to 11.222.333.22?

I have tried to put ns1.mydomain.com and ip 11.222.333.22 and ns2.mydomain.com and ip 11.222.333.22 on my registrar but it does not work.

I have also tried to add ns1 type A record to 11.222.333.22 and ns2 type A record to 11.222.333.22 on dns zone from ispconfig and I get ( Error A record Duplicated. )

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Old 27th July 2009, 10:43
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yes you need to add a ns1 and ns2 record in your zone, and you're forgetting the glue record, since you'll be hosting the zone yourself ..

http://faq.domainmonster.com/dns/glue_record/
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