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Missing nameservers 2.

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

  1. thastudio

    thastudio Guest

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    Hello

    I have used Plesk a lot of times and never had any problems setting up the nameservers but this is wat happend on my new dedicated server.

    I have 3 IP-addresses:
    213.148.255.64 (master)
    213.148.255.65
    213.148.255.66

    I created nameservers on my primary domainname:
    thastudio.be. NS ns1.thastudio.be.
    thastudio.be. NS ns2.thastudio.be.
    thastudio.be. A 213.148.255.64
    webmail.thastudio.be. A 213.148.255.64
    mail.thastudio.be. A 213.148.255.64
    ns1.thastudio.be. A 213.148.255.64
    ns2.thastudio.be. A 213.148.255.65
    ftp.thastudio.be. CNAME thastudio.be.
    www.thastudio.be. CNAME thastudio.be.
    thastudio.be. MX (10) mail.thastudio.be.
    thastudio.be. MX (20) esli.wesowe-is.nl.
    213.148.255.64 / 24 PTR thastudio.be.

    And for the other domainnames I use the following DNS settings:
    <domain>. NS ns1.thastudio.be.
    <domain>. NS ns2.thastudio.be.
    <domain>. A <ip>
    webmail.<domain>. A <ip>
    mail.<domain>. A <ip>
    ftp.<domain>. CNAME <domain>.
    www.<domain>. CNAME <domain>.
    <domain>. MX (10) mail.<domain>.
    <domain>. MX (20) esli.wesowe-is.nl.
    <ip> / 24 PTR <domain>.

    When I use ns1.thastudio.be and ns2.thastudio.be as nameservers for the domainname thastudio.be everything works just fine. But when I use the same nameservers to the other domainnames I get no connection to it, this is what dnsreport.com gives as errors on blueolive.be (a client on my server that uses the settings like above):
    - Missing nameservers 2
    ERROR: One or more of the nameservers listed at the parent servers are not listed as NS records at your nameservers. The problem NS records are: ns2.thastudio.be.

    - MX Category
    ERROR: I couldn't find any MX records for blueolive.be. If you want to receive E-mail on this domain, you should have MX record(s). Without any MX records, mailservers should attempt to deliver mail to the A record for blueolive.be. I can't continue in a case like this, so I'm assuming you don't receive mail on this domain.

    - Connect to mail servers
    ERROR: I could not find any mailservers for blueolive.be.

    - WWW Category
    ERROR: I couldn't find any A records for www.blueolive.be. But I did find a referral to ns1.thastudio.be. (and maybe others). If you want a website at www.blueolive.be, you will need an A record for www.blueolive.be. If you do not want a website at www.blueolive.be, you can ignore this error.

    Do I do something wrong? I have no possibilities to test anymore because all my clients would have downtime when it doesn't work... So I need a solution that would work for 100% sure...


    Thanks in advance
    Niels Trescinski
     
  2. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

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    If you run a dnsreport.com on your own main domain, you will see a difference in your IPs for ns1 and ns2 from what you have posted they should be:

    Your NS records at the parent servers are:

    ns1.thastudio.be. [213.148.255.65] [TTL=86400] [NL]
    ns2.thastudio.be. [213.148.255.66] [TTL=86400] [NL]

    [These were obtained from paris.ns.dns.be]

    And Mismatched Glue error:

    Mismatched glue ERROR: Your nameservers report glue that is different from what the parent servers report. This will cause DNS servers to get confused; some may go to the IP provided by the parent servers, while others may get to the ones provided by your authoritative DNS servers. Problem record(s) are:

    ns1.thastudio.be.:
    Parent server (paris.ns.dns.be) says A record is 213.148.255.65, but
    authoritative DNS server (213.148.255.65) says it is 213.148.255.64
    ns2.thastudio.be.:
    Parent server (paris.ns.dns.be) says A record is 213.148.255.66, but
    authoritative DNS server (213.148.255.65) says it is 213.148.255.65
    ns1.thastudio.be.:
    Parent server (paris.ns.dns.be) says A record is 213.148.255.65, but
    authoritative DNS server (213.148.255.66) says it is 213.148.255.64
    ns2.thastudio.be.:
    Parent server (paris.ns.dns.be) says A record is 213.148.255.66, but
    authoritative DNS server (213.148.255.66) says it is 213.148.255.65
     
  3. thastudio

    thastudio Guest

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    Sorry, forgot to tell you that thastudio.be allready is changed back to the original setting to the previous settings.
    But you see settings that I tried out earlier this week.

    With the settings you see in my first post I had no single problem with dnsreport...
     
  4. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

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    Yes, but as of *right now* your dnsreport has critical errors which will impact things.

    If you mean that you have changed your ns1/ns2 back to .64/.65, then the changes either have not propagated yet, or something went wrong when you submitted the nameserver IP changes at your registrar.

    The fact that *right now* the DNS which is showing up on reports from *outside* your server are showing wrong IPs, this will affect your domain and hosted domains until it is cleared up or propagated.
     
  5. thastudio

    thastudio Guest

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    Ok maybe I didn't explained this enough, so let me do it now:
    - few days ago I used all the settings from my first post;
    - it seemed that this settings resulted in the errors I explained in my first post;
    - afterwards I tried some other things and the errors you mention (for thastudio.be) is the last thing I tried, if you look right now you see that thastudio.be is linked to other nameservers (the server I want to move from) and that he gives no errors...
     
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