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Old 11-11-2008, 01:25 PM   #1
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Setting up DNS "tree"


I am new here and not sure if this is the correct forum.

Anyway I have a dedicated server with everything setup and I am using Webmin.

My registerd domains are managaged by

I want to set up my main server account on:

then 2 hosting accounts: and

Under these two hosting account accounts will be there own clients.

So: should use name servers +

and should use name servers +

I guess that I need to first set up: ---> IP #1 ---> IP #2

Then --> +
and --> +

I am just not sure how this works and what to but in the BIND in the various accounts.

Can anyone help me on this ?


bind, dns, name, server

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