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DNS Zone Basic Question

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Rich Rauth, Apr 24, 2006.

  1. Rich Rauth

    Rich Rauth Guest

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    I bought a VPS server with Ipower. I got one IP address.
    I created a domain in Plesk. It created DNS zone records according to the installed template. The DNS records Plesk created contain, among other items, the following NS records:

    knf.com. NS ns.knf.com.
    ns.knf.com. A 72.22.80.187

    The tutorial at Ipower instructed me to create 2 nameservers at my registrar, namely, NS1.KNF.COM and NS2.KNF.COM both pointing to the one IP address I was given.

    My question is, should I modify my DNS zone records to match at least one of the 2 nameservers names (NS1. instead of NS.)?

    knf.com. NS ns1.knf.com.
    ns1.knf.com. A 72.22.80.187

    Thanks.
     
  2. LiquidSolid

    LiquidSolid Guest

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    Hello there,

    You could use either ns or ns1 as long as it's the same.
    I would use ns1 since it's more common on the internet.
     
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