Old 24th November 2008, 19:33
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Default dns zone file weirdness...

Have 1 box with 2 IPs, using these as ns1.mydomain and ns2.mydomain

When I create a new site/hosted domain, and using ISPConfig for DNS for it, the 2nd line of the zone file is using ns1.mydomain and admin.hosteddomain

Of course, admin.hosteddomain doesn't exist...

Questions -

1) Will this cause an issue? The NS records in the zone file have ns1.mydomain and ns2.mydomain listed...

2) How can I change this behavior so it lists ns1.mydomain and ns2.mydomain. Both of these entries are under server settings, etc.

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Old 25th November 2008, 12:22
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There has nothing to be changed. The line admin.hosteddomain is not the nameserver, it is the email line of the administrator. The second nameserver is listed as ns record.
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