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  1. #1
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    Jul 2012
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  2. #2
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    Oct 2009
    United States
    It looks like you may be missing A entries for ns1 and ns2. Are you using a control panel such as cPanel? If so, go to your DNS editor and add A entries for ns1 and ns2, and point them to the IPs.

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  3. #3
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    Sep 2002
    After checking the report, I suspect that you did not add correct NS entries at your local DNS server. Also make sure that you adjust the SOA record and Expiration in your local DNS as indicated in the report with yellow color.
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  4. #4
    I just check your DNS. i saw u tried to use child name server. Is it you add DNS record to your domain panel ?
    If yes check your whm basic server setup. See you add there own name server.
    also you can check edit DNS -> your domain name.

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  5. #5
    1-) Add your private name servers for your domain on your domain control panel that provided by your registrar.

    2-) Connect your Web Host Manager(

    3-) Click "Edit DNS Zone" and add these: 86400 IN NS 86400 IN NS
    ns1 14400 IN A
    ns2 14400 IN A

    If there is not Edit DNS Zone link on your WHM when ask adding it by contacting your hosting provider. Or your hosting provider can define your DNS settings as above themselves.
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  6. #6
    Join Date
    Feb 2014
    Just double check that you have created proper child nameservers for the new server at your domain name registrar end. Please make sure that you need to change A record for ns2 record from the old DNS zone if you still have not changed the main nameservers of main domain name.

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