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  • Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2011 01:37:38 -0500
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Ok bro, removed from nameserver and added to NS under the DNS Records.

let see if now it works =)


On Thu, 25 Aug 2011 00:24:57 -0600, Jeff Taylor wrote:
Well, you have managed to configure
I'm not sure what exactly you were going for, but the page where you
put in these entries states at the top that you need a matching NS
entry on the records page.

My guess is that you simply wanted to use as the
DNS server for your domain? In that case, erase the entries under the
nameserver page (those entries are for defining pointers to dns
servers that do not otherwise have a domain name), then add and as NS entries under the DNS
records page.

99% of all domain configurations can be set up with entries under the
DNS Record page. The most common cases are where you want me to be
your DNS server (in which case you would add A records), or you want
to point to an outside DNS server (you would add NS records with a
fully qualified domain name).

Changes to .oss records are processed every 12 minutes, however it
can take longer for the new zones to propagate out to the various T2

On 08/24/2011 11:17 PM, Hospedaje Web y Servidores Dedicados wrote:

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