[DNS] nameservers not responding

Discussion in 'General' started by TheBronx, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. TheBronx

    TheBronx New Member

    Hi, I'm new to ISPConfig (I've been using Kloxo) and I don't know how to configure the DNS.
    It is a public server, with multiple domains. I've used the DNS wizard, added some MX records for google apps and this is what I see now (see attachment).

    But it seems it is not correct: http://www.intodns.com/universojuegos.net

    I've changed anything in the domain registrar, because the server IP is the same, I've just reinstalled OS and changed from kloxo to ISPConfig. So now the server is "new" but under the same IP address.

    What's wrong with the DNS?
     

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  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The ns1 and ns2 on your server are subdomains of the same zone, in that case you have to add a-records for them as well.

    Add two new a-records, one for "ns1" pointing to the IP address of the first nameserver and another one for "ns2" pointing to the Ip address of the secondary dns server of the zone.
     
  3. TheBronx

    TheBronx New Member

    I think it is fixed now. Thank you till!! :)

    Edit: wait, now another problem. the ".net" domain seems correct, but I also have the ".es" domain, pointing to:
    ns1.universojuegos.net
    ns2.universojuegos.net

    And intodns says: http://www.intodns.com/universojuegos.es
     

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  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    It might be that intodns has not recognized the changes yet, If i query your server directly for the A-Records ns1.universojuegos.net and ns2.universojuegos.net I get the correct answer. You might want to wait a few hours and test again, changes in dns may take a while until they get propagated to the caching nameservers.
     
  5. TheBronx

    TheBronx New Member

    I only have 1 dns zone (universojuegos.net). Do I have to add a new zone for the ".es" domain?
     
  6. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Yes, each domain has its own zone.
     
  7. TheBronx

    TheBronx New Member

    Thank you till, DNS configuration was different in kloxo, more "automatic" I think...
     

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