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Old 25th February 2012, 23:51
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Default DNS are not recognized.

Noble friends I'm trying to do four days registro.br (Brazil) recognize the dns in ispconfig 3.

The installation was perfect ispconfig3

Following settings:

I created three customers.
I added a domain for each client - all domains registered.
I added the second ip on the interface of ispconfig3.

When I add the DNS for the domains that are not recognized.

The ispconfig 2 is valid static ips on eth0.

The operator set up the reverse dns name with pinhaistelecom.com.br

hostname of the server: server1.pinhaistelecom.com.br

Reverse configured by the operator: pinhaistelecom.com.br

ns1.pinhaistelecom.com.br> Unrecognized
ns2.pinhaistelecom.com.br> Unrecognized

The domains:


I'm going crazy I do not know what to do.

Someone could help me.

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