Originally Posted by humawebdesign
The error which they are showing is pointing towards nameserver and according to you, you have already made changes in it then i think you should contact your hosting technical department to checkout this problem.
I asked here because from Cpanel support told me that the NS from the domain are not enough to Park the Domain and i want to clear it out.
Here is their answer:
"I understand that the domain example.com had your nameservers listed in the whois information, but it did not resolve to an IP address. This is because there was no DNS zone for the domain in your nameservers. Parking the domain creates the DNS zone; until the domain is configured on your server there is no DNS zone for the domain on your server. Just because the domain lists the correct nameservers in the whois information, does not mean it resolves to your server. What matters is a host lookup on the domain, and without a DNS zone for the domain existing on your server, the host lookup fails to return an IP address."
So what is your opinion from your experience ?
Thanks for your help