At Fri, 24 Sep 2010 22:12:44 +0200 CentOS mailing list <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 22:06, James A. Peltier <email@example.com> wrote:
> > formatting for NS records is incorrect. Â*It should just read
> > Â* Â* Â* Â* Â* Â* Â* Â* Â* NS ns1.exampleA.com.
> > Â* Â* Â* Â* Â* Â* Â* Â* Â* NS ns2.exampleA.com.
> Thanks. (I added the periods)
> > where is your ns1.exampleA.com entry?
> > where is your ns2.exampleA.com entry?
> Where _should_ they be? So far as I've been able to google, I cannot
> tell... This is what all the examples look like that I have been able
> to find.
With the rest of the IN A records for exampleA.com (and correspondingly
for exampleB.com). You need *addresses* for your name servers as well
as for your web servers. And you might also want to have www.<mumble>
address records as well. And if these site are sending E-Mail, MX
records would be *polite*. MTAs often toss E-Mail from addresses
lacking MX records... And if you have a MX record pointing to
mail.exampleA.com and/or mail.exampleB.com, you will need IN A records
for the mail. hosts as well. Or you can use CNAME records.
> > Broken!
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