General Question

Discussion in 'General' started by kendel, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. kendel

    kendel New Member

    About a 2 year ago I started a server of my own and followed the ubuntu guild for ispconfig 3. It was a very successful setup and I thank the person that wrote such an easy to follow guide. Now i had 3 website running and I had left the country for a few months for family reasons. They all ran for the time I was gone except 1 website which was the website for I would call the nameservers.

    So i had my ns1.example.com and ns2.example.com and I had a website which was www.example.com. That website apparently expired and a company called sedo picked it up. When I made the attempt to get it back from them they wanted me to buy it back for $1500 which to me was robbery because I was paying $15 a year. I decided it was a lost cause and I would just purchase a new website.

    My question is would I have to completely start over because my nameservers currently hold the name of that website as well as numerous other parts of my server. I was using a service to forward all request to my ip address converting them to the ns1.example.com and ns2.example.com.

    Would i have to re-install ubuntu from scratch and start completely over?
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Just use another domain for your nameservers and then update your DNS zones.
     
  3. kendel

    kendel New Member

    I will have to rename the nameservers though correct? as well as the ISP config name locations?
     

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