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Want to put a domain to the actual server, but...

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Rendavid, May 25, 2007.

  1. Rendavid

    Rendavid Guest

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    I want to put a domain to my server and set up NameServers so that all my clients will have my company's domain name in their DNS records when they point their domains to my server. I know how to register my NS records for the domain I want to use, but I can't seem to find where I apply the domain I have to the server. The default DNS records for the server look like this: <domain>. etc., with no way to change it.

    The path I think I follow is this:

    Under 'System' on the control panel -->'Server' --> 'IP Addresses' --> and then I click on the one IP that I have right now. The 'Default' domain says 'None' with no option to change it. I believe this is where I start to make this happen, but I'm not sure.

    Am I lost? Either way, can someone help me get 'er done?

    So much thx.
     
  2. siren@

    siren@ Guest

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    To edit the "Default DNS Records" go under:
    Server > DNS Settings

    Remove the records where "Type" = NS

    And the one:
    ns.<domain>. A <ip>

    Once these are removed add two NS records using your Nameservers.

    This will affect all newly created domains or any domains you "Reset DNS" on.
     
  3. Rendavid

    Rendavid Guest

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    Thanks...

    Thank you so much. That really did the trick...

    You're the best.
     
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