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Weird DNS problem
i have a domain name that doens't pass the DNSreport check but still functional.
http://qdata.net.au/ -> working
my mailenable doesn't even allow to add a mail domain for it because i guess it can't regconize the MX record.
That is because qdata.net.au is NOT a domain (ie it doesnt have its own NS records), it is just a DNS A (ie address) record. This means that when DNS report looks for NS records it fails to find any, however your web browser gets there because it just looks up an IP address and finds it.
IIRC then mail should still work as if a domain has just an A record I believe that any remote mail server trying to send mail should know to try the server referenced by the A record.
Hope this helps - DNS etc can always be a bit confusing!
Didn't you ask this in another thread? Like I said there, there appears to be something wrong with dnsreport.com. It's not seeing the delegations from the net.au servers to your DNS servers.
That being said, you need to add MX records for qdata.net.au to ns1.dnsserver3.com and ns2.dnsserver3.com, as they currently aren't returning any.
Oh, and like rebuke might be saying, you need to add NS records to your zone file as well.
i added already, ftp, mx, ns just as other domain name
here is the image of it http://dnsserver3.com/error.gif
You need to modify the MX and NS records. The left-hand side of those three records should show "qdata.net.au", not "mail.qdata.net.au".
oh, yes, man something wrong with my eyes. Thanks so much.
Thats not going to fix the problem.
Like the 2nd poster said, its because this is not a top level domain but rather a 3rd level domain (it is a subdomain of the domain net.au ).
Your not setting up DNS records right. My subdomains which work properly get the same error on DNS reports, but if you type to top level domain dynamohosting.net it works fine.
Like I said, that message is usual for a subdomain, if you enter the domain net.au in there it will work.
You dont really need your own zone for the subdomain, for a subdomain to function all you need would is a A record pointing to a IP address in the DNS zone file for the domain ( net.au )
Just ignore it.