[fedora-india] Help for Hosting Required

Rishikesh Sharma rishikesh at fedoraproject.org
Sun Apr 26 07:17:23 UTC 2009

Thanks saurabh for the reply. Tell me, how do i use ns1.csmanipur.co.in and
ns2.csmanipur.co.in as nameservers for my domain csmanipur.co.in

I have configured my zone file like this

@    SOA    ns1.csmanipur.co.in.    brishisharma.gmail.com. (    2000904223
                        1H )
    IN        NS    ns1.
    IN        NS    ns2.
    IN        MX 10    mail.
ns1    IN    1H    A
ns2    IN    1H    A
www    IN        A
@    IN        A
ftp    IN        A
mail    IN        A

Rishikesh Sharma

On Sun, Apr 26, 2009 at 11:19 AM, Saurabh Bathe <saurabh at beginbyte.org>wrote:

> Rishikesh Sharma wrote:
> > What is the nameservers to be use because i run my own namerserver at
> > my place using my public ip?
> So, whois tells me that current nameservers for csmanipur.co.in are:
> Name Server:NS3.ZONEEDIT.COM
> Name Server:NS8.ZONEEDIT.COM
> Also, if I do a query for ns1.csmanipur.co.in, nothing is returned.
> Which means:
> 1. The registry does not know about ns1.csmanipur.co.in
> 2. The top level and your current DNS servers do not know of
> ns1.csmanipur.co.in
> The first thing to do would be:
> 1. Add a record for ns1.csmanipur.co.in to the current name servers (you
> can ask your registrars to do that, in case you do not have access to do
> it yourself)
> 2. Make sure your NEW nameserves also can resolve ns1.csmanipur.co.in
> PS:
> 1.  sometimes try answering what people who are trying to help you are
> asking, even if the questions seem too trivial to you. You ofcourse know
> all about your environment, we do not.
> 2. Configure your email client to send text emails to the list.
> 3. https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Communicate/MailingListGuidelines and
> http://www.shakthimaan.com/downloads/glv/presentations/mailing-list-etiquette.pdf
> are good references.
> /Saurabh
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