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  1. actspecialists

    actspecialists Guest

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    Ok, what have I missed? I have read the expand manuals several time and haven't been successful with C-DNS yet.

    My server configuration is:
    1 - Plesk Server on CentOS 5 (64-bit)
    1 - Expand Server on CentOS 5 (32-bit)
    1 - C-DNS Server on CentOS 5 (64-bit)
    1 - C-Mail Server on CentOS 5 (64-bit)

    Only Plesk is installed on the plesk server.
    Only Expand is installed on the expand server
    Only C-DNS is installed on the C-DNS server
    C-Mail hasn't been installed yet.

    When I create a new DNS zone it used to be created on the plesk server. I have changed the settings and now when Expand claims DNS was created I can't find it on either the plesk server or the C-DNS server.
     
  2. Sergey L

    Sergey L Golden Pleskian Staff Member

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    Depending on how you assigned DNS server to Plesk - in slave or master mode - you should be able to find on DNS server slave or master zone. Also DNS zone is always created on Plesk - DNS server takes zone content from Plesk. If you have assigned DNS server to Plesk, but no zones appear on DNS server, try checking DNS zones syncronization status (available in "Central DNS" menu). If you see zone syncronization failed, try checking the error reason (always reported). If it won't be clear how to troubleshoot the issue - create a ticket to our support service with DNS and Expand server login credentials and post your ticket ID in this thread. Our engineers will look at your problem then

    Regards
     
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