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Old 31st March 2011, 10:09
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Question Help with DNS - info inside


Up until now when I would register new domain with godaddy and in control panel I would leave default Nameservers:
after that I would only edit zone "A (Host)" and change to mu server ip and my new domain would be accessible from the internet.

Problem became after friend of mine from other country ask me if I can host one small simple website for him. He gave me his info where registered domain and all I'm able to change is dns settings is primary and secondary NS.
There's nothing about "A (Host)" so I'm totally lost. I've setup my server using this tutorial Debian Squeeze (Debian 6.0) With BIND & Courier [ISPConfig 3]

My question is do I just setup new DNS Zone inside client1 ?
and then enter ns1.myfrienddomain.rs and ns1.myfrienddomain.rs inside his domain control panel?

Appreciate your help!

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