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Old 04-21-2004, 10:33 AM   #1
murat1
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what is my ns3 ; ns2 adresses


i have a installed apache webserver and i have static ip , when i go localhost:127.0.0.1 and my webserver is running there is no problem.

i have a registered a domain name from internet the web site who registered my name wnat me to give them to my dns name and my ip to route my web server.

in their control panel showed like :

first dns: ns3.?
first ip is it my static ip ?)
second dns: ns2.)
second ip : ?


so first how to create nsdomain or if i have have can i find out?
secondly is my first dns isp's dns ip if so how can i get my own dns ip ?
 
Old 04-21-2004, 03:26 PM   #2
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Look like "they" want you to run a dns server (or to rent one?). So you'll have to run a dns server on your box or to rent one. However, since you probably don't have autority on your domain (mean that you just own ONE ip adress, not some of a certain range), it won't be very useful, it will probably only contains 1 entry (www with the domain name you just bought, prolly, unless you wan to mess with virtual hosting).
 
  


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