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Old 04-15-2009, 01:56 PM   #1
Seregwethrin
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Exclamation Some domains not resolving by some DNS servers.


Hello;

I've a Centos VPS as web server and I've some domains on it as Virtual Hosts.

Let me explain my problem:
unifiedroot.com dnsses (dns1.unifiedroot.com to dns8.unifiedroot.com) does not resolving some of my domains ip, but it resolves others on the same server with same configurations.

There are no differences at named.conf file for domains. Also all domains on same server with same IP. It's just a little web server.

All other DNS servers, like opendns are resolving my addresses except some national ISPs of my country.

I made a comparison PDF file at here and additionally this nslookup page is useful for checking.

I've no idea what to do, I've no idea what can be the reason of problem.

Can somebody guide me what steps I must take? I just need help...

Thanks for reading, waiting for your replies.

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Old 04-15-2009, 03:03 PM   #2
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Please post your named.conf, forward and reverse lookup files.
 
Old 04-15-2009, 09:47 PM   #3
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Sorry I couldn't understand what you mean with forward and reverse lookup files, but you can check named.conf files here

http://www.ieuni.com/named.conf.txt
http://www.ieuni.com/ieuni.com.db.txt
http://www.ieuni.com/neecto.com.db.txt
 
  


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