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Old 03-17-2006, 02:40 AM   #1
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trouble with netfirms and a .ca domain

i run a fedora core 3 server and have for a long time used to get a domain name.

i registered with netfirms today and went through the CIRA

process and got everything done, i own

but it doesnt work,, and i dont udnerstand netfrims DNS and domain tool enoough to know what i am messing up, one note i will make, netfirms still says that there billing people are running through the proccess with my credit card, so i odnt know if ther services are 100% yet.

any thoguhts???
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