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Old 3rd March 2010, 16:12
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Default Do I need mydnsconfig if I am running ipsconfig-3?

I have a brand new installation using perfect server fedora 12 64bit ispconfig-3

I am having some trouble with mydns but I am sure it has to do with me more than mydns,
mydns.config looks fine and changes in ispconfig3 are updating in the database. but I am still missing something since my server still not resolving the domain name.

I am very new to mydns, do I need to tell named to use mydns or is it automatic?

can some one tell me the bare minimum settings needed to get named and mydns to work on this senario?

server host name "server1"

name server registered with domain registrar "ns1.example.com"

domain name to be hosted on the the server "www.example.com"
the domain is registered with two name servers "ns1.example.com" and "ns2.some-other-server.com"

thank you so much for your help
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