Yes I knew that, but I was refering to something else. For example, when I bought some X domain I had to go to www.NIC.cl
. There I configured the DNS (domain and IP) for the domain I had bought. If I bought another domain and wanted to use the same DNS server, then I had to go to NIC and configure the domain and IP of the DNS server I wanted to use for that other specific domain.
So if my DNS server was ns1.example.com and I had bought www.domain.com
, I had to go a configure in www.nic.cl:
for the domain www.domain.com
Then as my IP has changed, I would have to go to nic.cl and update the changed IP? So that was my concern if I had 100 domains, I would have to update 100 times?
Anyway, I did not update it in one domain I have, and it worked anyway, so I guess it is not *so* important? Maybe is more importante de domain than the IP in the nic configuration. Do you have to make this type of configurations when you bye a domain?