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DNS Help :: Newby

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by slpc, May 10, 2004.

  1. slpc

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    I've been reading Windows DNS material online and in books so much that my head is going to explode! I thought I knew how DNS worked until I finally ordered a box at Server Matrix. Now I'm stumped.

    Instead of using my own DNS servers, I'd like to use the Server Matrix DNS servers (ns1/2.servermatrix.com) for now. But I cannot, for the life of me, figure out how to setup my local site (in Plesk) so that it uses the SM DNS servers!

    Here's what I have and what I've done:

    1. Domain name registered at netsol
    2. Pointing that domain name to the SM DNS servers
    3. Created a 'client' and new domain in Plesk on my server

    This is where I get stuck.... what do I do from this point? Please forgive me for being a newby at this, I normally hate having to ask for help. But I really need help this time, I'm just not getting something! [obviously] And I can't seem to find a nice step-by-step guide or sample case study anywhere.
     
  2. slpc

    slpc Guest

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    I take it there is very low traffic on this forum eh?
     
  3. bgaNET

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    You guessed it. This forum is just as worthless as the company that owns it.

    I've already contacted Sw-Soft about major issues, and not a reply in 7 days. I WILL NOT do business with such a poor excuse for a company!
     
  4. tamir

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  5. slpc

    slpc Guest

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    Thank you, but I've already figured it out. I had everything configured right, I just had to tell server matrix to point their name servers to my IP addy.
     
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