DNS multiple or something =)

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by albertux, Dec 27, 2007.

  1. albertux

    albertux New Member

    Hi all, I made a balance of load in two lines of different internet service provider, and I must put in ispconfig server one second IP to all the registries of the DNS. the problem is that I cannot create them from ispconfig control panel because it says that the name already exists... some idea ???? the other form is write in each one the lines, for example :

    server1 IN A
    server1 IN A

    www IN CNAME server1

    but the manager of the DNS in the ispconfig dont use CNAME if not that literal for example this way :

    server1 IN A
    www IN A

    I hope that they understand my problem, and they can help to solve, because to write each one of the archives is very long, and it would have it to do whenever it creates a new domains.

    Greettings, merry christmas and that the next year will be very good for all

  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    What ISPConfig version do you use?
  3. albertux

    albertux New Member

    I hope that you have understood the problem well ....

    the version of the ispconfig is the 2.2.18.

    Thank you and happy new year for all =)
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Something like this:
    server1 IN A
    server1 IN A
    should work in 2.2.18. We had problems with this in previous versions, but in 2.2.18 that should be no problem... :confused:
  5. albertux

    albertux New Member

    sorry falko but i can't undestand how to do this modification... in each one of the files?? for example, i have configurated 10 domains in this machine i must modify all the files for console or i can modify some in the ispconfig panel so that it's automatically :confused:

    sorry again but i can't understand :confused:

  6. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    It should be possible to create multiple A records for a hostname in the ISPConfig web interface.

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