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I've made a mistake while transfering my sites
I have these nameservers setted on my server:
10.0.0.34 - ns1.domain1.com
10.0.0.35 - ns2.domain1.com
10.0.0.36 - ns1.domain2.com
10.0.0.37 - ns2.domain2.com
my mistake was to go to the registrar and set ns1.domain2.com as 10.0.0.34, and not 10.0.0.36
now I don't have time to way the new propagation
anyone know some work-around I can do?
You could try on your server which has 0.34 to setup a record for the nameservers:
ns2 IN A 10.0.0.36
That will redirect the nameserver. How effective it will be, I'm not sure. But you can try.
Another option is to add the following to /etc/hosts
That may work. Best of luck.
Unless you are working purely within your own network (which it doesn't sound like you are) then your nameserver IPs are _not_ 10.0.0.*
Those are IPs for local networks and shouldn't have been accepted by any registrar. Then again it's 2am here so maybe I'm missing something.
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I'm far from being an expert on anything technical when it comes to servers, but can't you just forwars the DNS service?
If your old DNS servers are running where the registrar's ns1, etc. are located, can you use that DNS to forward to your new one or at least change the entries in it to your new server IP?
jakiao: thanks, i'll try that!
borisbaloney: sorry, i forgot to mention that it was just examples... i'm pretty paranoid about saying real IPs
93.3: that's what i'll try to do