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Old 05-29-2005, 02:44 PM   #1
Tony.Reid
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centos 4 & bind


Hi,

Ive installed centos - Ive had a web hosting company lock the server down for me - but now I am stuck


Im about to move my web address - mydomain.com onto the server... ok straight forward enough - usually just tell my registrar the new name servers - but...

My server is collocated and so is using the name servers of the DC.

My question is - do I need to setup a 'named' service on my server and then point my domain to those name servers? ie ns1.mydomain.com ns2.mydomain.com?

Does this mean installing bind?

Thanks for any light anyone can shed on this - the web hosting company have told me that it will take too long to do without CPANEL installed - and I really dont want to bother with CPANEL because its only really for one domain - the others will just be my blog etc...

Thanks in advance,
Tony
 
Old 05-29-2005, 05:48 PM   #2
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You shouldn't need your own name servers, and if you do want your own, you need two separate name servers (one primary, one backup). If your hosying provider/colo facility won't let you use their DNS servers, there's always something like zoneedit that you can use.
 
Old 05-29-2005, 05:52 PM   #3
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Thanks,

I'll have a go at using the DC's name servers

Then I suppose all I have to do is add a record in my httpd.conf?

Thanks btmiller
 
  


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