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Old 15th December 2012, 16:54
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Default DNS is doing my head in.

I have ispconfig 3 running on Debian which is on a Kimsufi server but can't seem to get my head around what should go where.


Domain registrar intenet.bs

I managed to setup one site stiffs.co.uk, but no idea how I did it. I went through the DNS wizard and as you can see from intodns


I would like to change this so the namservers are ns1.stiffs.co.uk & ns2.stiffs.co.uk

I also have another domain datingzoneonline.com that I setup in ispconfig and again created a DNS Zone for it but can't get it to work at all.

You can check it on intodns where I've tried to use ns1.datingzoneline.com & ns1.datingzoneline.com but had no joy with it.

Tried following all tutorials I can find but still no luck.

I wonder if someone could help me with this and I'll gladly recompense them for their time?
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