What does one call name server registration?
noc at hdk5.net
Wed Jul 15 19:24:51 UTC 2009
Michael David Crawford wrote:
> I'm having a problem making myself clear to my domain name registrar's
> tech support.
> I have set up djbdns on a couple of my own servers, and want them
> registered AS name servers with whoever handles such registration.
> Most registrars allow one to just enter their hostnames and IPs and they
> take care of it automagically.
> But my once-beloved registrar HJ Linnen just outsourced all their
> registration services to NameScout, and they haven't got a clue.
> When I looked into it in my account page at NameScout, they said to
> email tech support, so I did.
> And tech support replied with the end-user instructions for assigning
> name servers to the domains one has registered with them. That's not
> what I want.
> What I have are two pairs in the following format:
> 220.127.116.11 a.ns.example.com
> 18.104.22.168 b.ns.example.com
> I would like a domain to be able to set its name servers to be
> a.ns.example.com and b.ns.example.com, and then when that domain is
> resolved the lookup is delegated to either 22.214.171.124 or 126.96.36.199.
> What is the process called, of registering such name servers? If I can
> tell NameScout support to do that for me, possibly they can get
> themselves a clue on my behalf.
You can use Dotster to register any server right from the web-interface.
No people no nothing to deal with. Doesn't your registrar have that service?
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