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I'm trying to move all my websites to a VPS that I hired.
(CentOS Linux 5.4)
To create my DNS server I'm using co.cc addresses (free domains) for test until I get a correct configuration.
What I am trying to do is this:
I create in co.cc site the domain aaa.co.cc and configure the ZONE RECORD:
aaa.co.cc A 18.104.22.168
ns1.aaa.co.cc A 22.214.171.124
ns2.aaa.co.cc A 126.96.36.199
(names and ips showed here are fictitious, of course)
Also I create bbb.co.cc domain and configure the Service Type as "name server DNS" to:
In my VPS server configure BIND:
Create MASTER ZONE aaa.co.cc:
aaa.co.cc. A 188.8.131.52
ns1.aaa.co.cc. A 184.108.40.206
ns2.aaa.co.cc. A 220.127.116.11
aaa.co.cc. NS Default ns1.aaa.co.cc.
Create MASTER ZONE bbb.co.cc:
bbb.co.cc A 18.104.22.168
bbb.co.cc NS Default ns1.aaa.co.cc.
And I create in my Apache 2 Virtual Hosts, one for aaa.co.cc and another for bbb.co.cc. Each with its path and a test index.html file in each home.
I also open port 53 for TCP and UDP on firewall.
Obviously I can "dig" to aaa.co.cc and all is right, but when I dig bbb.co.cc it says:
;; Connection timed out, no servers could be reached
When I dig @localhost everything seems to be ok...
Am I making a big mistake?
I already know that ns1 and ns2 have the same IP, but I want to see if my idea works before "buying" another IP.
Any idea for me?
Thank you very much for your patience and sorry for my accent.