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  1. #1

    Unhappy Lame DNS servers - HELP!

    I have lame DNS on www.humgun.com as stated by DNSREPORT (Link above)

    However, I am unable to point out the cause

    Posted here are the contents of my DNS files:

    zones/humgun.com
    Code:
    ; Template for pam.org.uk.hosts file
    ; If web, DNS and mail are hosted on phantom, you probably do not
    ; need to edit this file unless you need to add other host names.
    ; If there is no web server, DELETE the last line with the A record
    ; for www.
    ; Comments may be deleted.
    
    $TTL    60840
    @humgun.com.    IN      SOA     ns1.humgun.com  ns2.humgun.com. dns0.xylene.com$
                            ; Serial Number: used by the slave DNS server as a
                            ; guide to know if the domain has changed
                            ; Refresh: used by the slave DNS server to
                            ; determine how often to update it's copy
                            ; Retry: tells the slave DNS server how often
                            2004052600      ; Serial (the last time this
                                            ; database was updated)
                            14400           ; Refresh (4 hours) (how often to
                                            ; update)
                            3600            ; Retry (1 hour) (how often to
                                            ; retry a failed update)
    
                                            ; updated)
                            86400 )         ; Minimum (1 day) TTL of this database.
    
                            ; These set up the primary and secondary
                            ; DNS servers for the domain.
            IN      NS      ns1.humgun.com.
            IN      NS      ns2.humgun.com.
            IN      NS      dns0.xylene.com.
    
                            ; MX records point to a primary and a
                            ; backup mail server.  One MX record for
                            ; each mail server.  Higher number means
                            ; lower preference.  The servers listed
                            ; MUST be set up to handle mail for this
                            ; domain!
            IN      MX      10      mail0.xylene.com.
            IN      MX      20      mail1.xylene.com.
    
    
                            ; This one sets up an IP address for the
                            ; domain name itself.  If someone simply
                            ; types whatever.com they'll get this
                            ; address.  Note that this may hose up
                            ; things if the MX record points somewhere
                            ; else - or maybe not.
    ns1     IN      A       81.171.135.187
    ns2     IN      A       212.159.50.34
    zones-conf/humgun.com:
    Code:
    zone "humgun.com" {
            type master;
                    file "/etc/bind/zones/humgun.com";
            };
    zones-conf/humgun.com is included by zones.conf which is included by named.conf.

    Need any info on any ther files? HELP IS GREATLY APPREICIATED! (AND NEEDED! )


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
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    Looks like you should have dns0.xylene.com set as the primary not ns1.humgun.com

  3. #3
    ns1.humgun.com and ns2.humgun.com SHOULD be the only name servers listed at namecheap.

    They are.

    File edited to remove stealth servers. Now: To wait for it to propogate

  4. #4
    zones/humgun.com now says:
    Code:
    ; Template for pam.org.uk.hosts file
    ; If web, DNS and mail are hosted on phantom, you probably do not
    ; need to edit this file unless you need to add other host names.
    ; If there is no web server, DELETE the last line with the A record
    ; for www.
    ; Comments may be deleted.
    
    $TTL    60840
    @humgun.com.    IN      SOA     ns1.humgun.com  ns2.humgun.com. (
                            ; Serial Number: used by the slave DNS server as a
                            ; guide to know if the domain has changed
                            ; Refresh: used by the slave DNS server to
                            ; determine how often to update it's copy
                            ; Retry: tells the slave DNS server how often
                            2004052600      ; Serial (the last time this
                                            ; database was updated)
                            14400           ; Refresh (4 hours) (how often to
                                            ; update)
                            3600            ; Retry (1 hour) (how often to
                                            ; retry a failed update)
    
                                            ; updated)
                            86400 )         ; Minimum (1 day) TTL of this database.
    
                            ; These set up the primary and secondary
                            ; DNS servers for the domain.
            IN      NS      ns1.humgun.com.
            IN      NS      ns2.humgun.com.
    
    
                            ; MX records point to a primary and a
                            ; backup mail server.  One MX record for
                            ; each mail server.  Higher number means
                            ; lower preference.  The servers listed
                            ; MUST be set up to handle mail for this
                            ; domain!
            IN      MX      10      mail0.xylene.com.
            IN      MX      20      mail1.xylene.com.
    
    
                            ; This one sets up an IP address for the
                            ; domain name itself.  If someone simply
                            ; types whatever.com they'll get this
                            ; address.  Note that this may hose up
                            ; things if the MX record points somewhere
                            ; else - or maybe not.
    ns1     IN      A       81.171.135.187
    ns2     IN      A       212.159.50.34
    Nameservers (ns1 and ns2) are registered at Namecheap and working as www.humgun.net (Not pointed with Apache yet) is working, which depends on them.
    Last edited by HG-Owen; 05-26-2004 at 04:56 PM.

  5. #5
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    was this generating by cpanel or such? or done by hand

  6. #6
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    Location
    London, UK
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    when did you update the nameservers to your own? looks like it just needs time to propogate.

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