I think i'm in the same position as you guy's. I use PowerPipe, an enom reseller. I have registered to domains with them. Now i have a dedicated server, so first i had to register my nameservers, which i did, well its been 24 hours. Well powerpipe were mean't to do it. My domain www.valuablehost.com,
does not resolve now. It used to resolve to enom's start page. I haven't changed a nameserver yet, although when i try to add my name servers:
Name Server: ns.valuablehost.com
Name Server IP: 220.127.116.11
Secondary Name Server: ns2.valuablehost.com
Secondary Name Server IP: 18.104.22.168
It doesn't seem to work.
Any ideas !?!?!
Originally posted by Mivo
Most of time? Meaning sometimes it's resolving but most of the time not? I doubt this because I've never experienced this with Enom.
Or is it all the time not resolving?
My impression on Enom is that they are a great registrar and they offer free DNS service, domain and e-mail forwarding among others, that give you much flexibility what to do with your domain.
If your 5 domains registered at Enom were not resolving ALL the time that could only mean that you have the wrong nameservers on record. Login to your account at Enom and select the domain name/s you want to edit then go to "Configure host/mail records..." or "Select DNS servers..." Study carefuly the instructions on these pages and do what you want to do with your domain.