How To Run Your Own Name Server With ISPConfig And providerdomain.de (Schlund) - Page 4

5 Configure DNS Settings For java-experience.com At providerdomain.de

We log in to our providerdomain.de web interface again and click on Bestands├╝bersicht (domain portfolio) afterwards. Then we click on Domain bearbeiten (edit domain) in the java-experience.com column:

We go to the Nameserver-Einstellungen (name server settings) tab again and select nur zweiter Nameserver (secondary nameserver only):

Afterwards we go to the Domain-Einstellungen (domain settings) tab of the java-experience.com domain. We scroll down to the bottom where the name server settings are and fill in ns1.hits4all.de as the primary name server and ns10.schlundtech.de as the secondary and click on Domain jetzt aktualisieren (modify domain now). This time we don't need a glue record because ns1.hits4all.de is not in the java-experience.com domain.

Two green status messages indicate that our changes were successful:

That's it. From now on ns1.hits4all.de and ns10.schlundtech.de will serve the DNS records for java-experience.com.

 

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From: at: 2008-04-19 23:32:39

Hello falco

im trying to do the same with my domain, im using a diferent registrar and im a little bit confused. could you please make another guide  to use with names.com ? i can give you access to my ISPConfig server as well as to my name.com account so that you could write the new howto.......

thank you...

 

 

From: mcardo at: 2008-10-15 20:36:16

Go daddy does not let me specify a "name server" under "Domain management" by using my name server's "IP" address. It requires you to specify the server name (e.g. ns1.domain.com). When I do that with my server godaddy returns a message saying "server is not registered" I realize that my name server is providing name service for its own domain therefore I need a glue record and godaddy does not support it. What can I do?

thank you!

From: Anonymous at: 2011-07-22 17:40:31

check bottom left under the host summary in the domain's control panel.

you can add the information there ns1.yourdomain.com and the IP. 

 after that your nameserver will be accepted in GODADDY's panel.