How to manage DNS or migrate to another dns-server

Discussion in 'General' started by MyKE, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. MyKE

    MyKE Member

    Hi all.

    I tried to search but unsuccessfull. I am having problems with MyDNS in ISPConfig administration. I don't know where are logs for MyDNS. I followed instructions:
    The Perfect Server - Ubuntu 8.10 [ISPConfig 3] and installed on clean Ubuntu 9.10 x64 Server Edition. Everything is O.K. But i have problems with webpage Page works but only with www:

    Server:  my.router
    Unauthorized reply:
    Server:  my.router
    [B]*** my.router, can not find the address Server failed[/B]
    I have own NSSET, ns1... ns2... and correct configured. I don't know how to fix this...

    There are screenshots:



    Few days ago I was installed on server Bind with Apache configuration when i created folder in root-webpage folder it created sub-domain and it works great. I followed manual from falko and he has MyDNS...

    OK what i need is working domains with/without www, and if is possible and easy re-install MyDNS to Bind (if ISPConfig support this daemon to dirty installation isp...)

    If you want to watch my old working zones, there are (i had manual configuration bind and i installed ISPConfig with MyDNS for automaticaly reason...):

    $TTL            86400
    @               IN SOA (
    100     ; serial
    1H      ; refresh
    1M      ; retry
    1W      ; expiry
    1D )    ; minimum
    @                    IN NS   
    @                    IN NS   
    @                    IN A       
    ns1                 IN A       
    ns2                 IN A       
    @                    IN MX   10
    mail                IN A       
    pop3		    IN CNAME
    smtp		    IN CNAME
    WWW             IN A       
    *		IN CNAME
    I don't know how to show you my problem more. Please reply me for more info...

    Thanks for replies!
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    You missed to add the dot at the end of the domain name. It must be "" and not "".

    The next time you create a dns zone in ispconfig, better use the dns wizard to ensure that you dont miss a prt of the dns configuration.
  3. MyKE

    MyKE Member

    Thanks till.
    I used dns wizard. :)

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