I am having this problem with some of the DNS servers around the world.
I recently migrated my hosting clients to a new server. How i went about doing this is that, after I transferred all my files to the new server, I changed the nameserver IP through the Domain Registrar to point to the new server
ns1.abc.com > 18.104.22.168
ns2.abc.com > 22.214.171.124
I changed it to the following (These are bogus IP's and domains)
ns1.abc.com > 126.96.36.199
ns2.abc.com > 188.8.131.52
I did this change one week ago. When I surf the internet through some of the DNS server it returns a CANNOT FIND SERVER.
This is quite strange because at least the DNS should point to the old server if its records have not been updated.
Has any of u experienced anything like this before ? What do u think I should do ?
Did your new hosting setup your nameservers in their DNS server? if not then it is causing the errors.
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You need to add the nameservers in WHM, else you are going to have problems.
Just use DNS Functions -> Add DNS Zone
Enter the IPs and your nameservers.
Also note that the corresponding domain must exist in CPanel, so if you are setting up ns1.lkspace.com/ns2.lkspace.com, then you should also have an account for lkspace.com. This should be done first before adding nameservers.
Also always run DNS cleanup and restart BIND server.
Let me know how you get on.
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