NS cant find a way to point to a different IP

noonbaja

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hi Iam wondering to understand Debian 7
Domain Created

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User added to named.conf file successfully
Added record ns1.vupoo.com. A 192.99.184.226 to satisfy vupoo.com. NS ns1.vupoo.com.
Added record ns2.vupoo.com. A 192.99.184.226 to satisfy vupoo.com. NS ns2.vupoo.com.
Please check the zone for vupoo.com to ensure the nameserver A records are correct.

Domain Created Successfully

Iam need to make a ns1.vupoo.com point too 192.99.184.227 not 192.99.184.226 how can I make it point to the other IP address when adding the domain name I look at the domain DNs admin part of it cant seam to find what Iam looking for
 

nobaloney

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I'm not sure of your question. Are you using the DirectAdmin control panel for webhosting? If not, then you're in the wrong place.

If you are, then you only set up A records for ns1.example.tld and ns2.example.tld for the domains which actually have the nameservers, and you can change the IP#s one time, manually, if the automatic setup doesn't give you the A recod IP# values you want.

At the reseller level you can set up what nameservers are assigned to each of the new domains you create, but they don't require A records and IP#s, only NS records.

If you're using DirectAdmin then please be more specific with your question.

Thanks.

Jeff
 
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