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Old 17th October 2006, 04:57
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Default More than one NS in SOA-Record

After installing mydns and mydnsconfig as web-frontend I tested it an the configuration works quite fine. Just one question occurred: Is there a possibility to enter more than one nameserver per SOA-entry? 'cause I would like to have a record which looks like this:

;; AUTHORITY SECTION:
howtoforge.com. 240 IN NS www.ensignweb5.de.
howtoforge.com. 240 IN NS a1.rsns.hosteurope.de.

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Old 17th October 2006, 05:31
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Ok, just solved it by myself...
Just create a NS-record for the domain which looks like this:

name: test.com.
type: ns
data: ns1.test.com.

and another one:

name: test.com.
type: ns
data: ns2.test.com.

and the 2 A-Records for the nameservers:

name: ns1.test.com.
type: A
data: 1.2.3.4

and

name: ns2.test.com.
type: A
data: 5.6.7.8

WORKS GREAT!
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