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Warning: The domain resolves to another IP address

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by dbgrebey, Oct 24, 2007.

  1. dbgrebey

    dbgrebey Guest

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    PREFACE
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    When I created a domain on my new PLESK setup I received this warning:

    I've setup my DNS both on my VPS and at the registrar; it has been over 48 hours and my domain has still not propagated.

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    PLESK DNS SETTINGS
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    xx.xx.xxx.xxx / 24 PTR mydomainname.com.
    ftp.mydomainname.com. CNAME mydomainname.com.
    mail.mydomainname.com. A xx.xx.xxx.x44
    ns1.mydomainname.com. A xx.xx.xxx.x44
    ns2.mydomainname.com. A xx.xx.xxx.254
    mydomainname.com. NS ns1.mydomainname.com.
    mydomainname.com. NS ns2.mydomainname.com.
    mydomainname.com. A xx.xx.xxx.244
    mydomainname.com. A xx.xx.xxx.254
    mydomainname.com. MX (10) mail.mydomainname.com.
    mydomainname.com. TXT v=spf1 a mx ~all
    webmail.mydomainname.com. A xx.xx.xxx.x44
    www.mydomainname.com. CNAME mydomainname.com.

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    REGISTRAR DNS SETTINGS
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    NS1.mydomainname.com xx.xx.xxx.x44
    NS2.mydomainname.com xx.xx.xxx.x54

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    PROBLEM LOADING PAGE
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    Server not found

    Firefox can't find the server at www.mydomainname.com. ...

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    Anyone see anything distinctively wrong?

    Thanks,
    DBG
     
  2. Temka

    Temka Guest

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    hi,

    just issue the command: # host domain_name
    It returns IP address where this domain is resolved. If it does not return correct IP address, correct the DNS settings and make sure that DNS is up and running.
     
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