DNS

Walter Alejandro Iglesias roquesor at gmail.com
Mon Jan 2 18:56:58 UTC 2012


On Sun, Jan 01, 2012 at 04:26:38PM -0800, Waitman Gobble wrote:
> Yes, you can run BIND on the same FreeBSD machine as your web server.
> You have to have your nameserver listed with internic (for .com and .net -
> ie, your nameserver has to show up in the NAMESERVER whois (note: different
> than DOMAIN whois) on http://www.internic.net/whois.html) and also for each
> TLD you want to provide service for (ie, .org, .mobi, etc etc) .
> If you are using opensrs it's pretty simple to list your nameserver with
> local and foreign tlds, but with other Registrars - you'd have to check
> into the details. It's generally easier to use a local domain for the
> nameservers (ie, ns1.example.mobi for .mobi domains.) but it is also
> possible to use foreign nameservers (ie, ns1.example.com to resolve
> www.example.mobi - is considered "foreign")
> 
> Waitman

Bothering you again Waitman,

Now after refreshing my memory (it happened one year ago) I
could remember that I did register the nameservers.  I found the
option in my registar to add to some domain i.e. mydomain.com
the entries ns1.mydomain.com, etc.  I think that the problem I
had was related with the IPs.  The VPS provider gave me just
two, and AFAIK each name server needs its own dedicated IP.  Now
I can remember that I asked to their support team and they
answered me that the nameservers could perfectly share the IP
with the domains.  Could be that the reason I don't get the
thing working?

	Walter





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