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Different Name servers for my resellers

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by ChipMonk, Sep 12, 2005.

  1. ChipMonk

    ChipMonk Guest

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    I am a bit confused.

    A, B, C are my resellers.


    they have registered domains, a.com, b.com and c.com

    192.168.224.001 is the ip for A
    192.168.224.002 is the ip for B
    192.168.224.003 is the ip for C

    As they register domains through me, i register their name servers as follows:

    ns1.a.com and ns2.a.com are set for 192.168.224.001
    ns1.b.com and ns2.b.com are set for 192.168.224.002
    ns1.c.com and ns2.c.com are set for 192.168.224.003

    now its obvious that they will set those name servers to their respective ns systerms.

    Is this thing possible?

    if yes, how? what extra settings i might have to do? (other then giving them permissions for DNS management)
     
  2. phoenixisp

    phoenixisp Silver Pleskian

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  3. HMIBarryLSalter

    HMIBarryLSalter Basic Pleskian

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    Chipmunk,

    I’m going to take a stab at this:

    You said that:

    A, B, C are my resellers.

    And

    they have registered domains, a.com, b.com and c.com

    192.168.224.001 is the ip for A
    192.168.224.002 is the ip for B
    192.168.224.003 is the ip for C

    As they register domains through me, i register their name servers as follows:

    ns1.a.com are set for 192.168.224.001
    ns1.b.com are set for 192.168.224.002
    ns1.c.com are set for 192.168.224.003

    BUT, you did not mention their ns2. Records? They should be something (using your example that is) like this:

    Ns2.a.com are set for 192.168.224.004
    Ns2.b.com are set for 192.168.224.005
    Ns2.c.com are set for 192.168.224.006

    AND all of these IPs would point to your server by the collocation facility and added to your Plesk Control under Server Management.


    At this point, your box is running one name server system isn’t it and wouldn’t it be unnecessary to have the resellers touch your dns at all? Also, when you add or added a.com and b.com you would have selected a static IP as opposed to using the shared or one of the shared IP s in the list.



    Someone help me here because I’m talking out of the side of my head here and hoping to learn something from this…



    HMIBarryLSalter –
     
  4. ChipMonk

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    bro, two suggesions :s

    first, if u dont know a thing, dont help anyone based on incomplete information.

    second, read the post properly before replying.
     
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