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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
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    Question New server setup problem/info...help...

    Today I ordered new server (I have one) and now I must setup all on that server in WHM but I need some info about name servers and hostname...

    On my first server I have:

    name servers:
    ns1.myserver.net
    ns2.myserver.net

    hostname:
    name.myserver.net

    Now I want set on new server:

    name servers:
    ns3.myserver.net
    ns4.myserver.net

    hostname:
    name1.myserver.net

    What I need to do in WHM to set this to work corect??

    Also, if my first server down (I host myserver.net domain on that server) can that be problem for my new server???
    Can my new server work without problems if my old server down?

    Better use new domain for name sever/hostname for new server?

    Thanks

    sorry for my english

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2001
    Location
    Bay Area - Ca
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    Check out Dedicated-Resource website. Lots of information can be found there.

    http://www.dedicated-resources.com/

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Posts
    333
    Yes, nice site and I find nice info for setup new server with new domain but I need some info for ns3 and ns4 and that must use domain who I host on my first server...

    How I can setup it, who problems I can expect if I use ns3 and ns4, is better to use ne domain name for new server...??

    Thanks

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Posts
    333
    Now I search on google and this is what I don`t understand:
    Create an "a" entry for both ns3 and ns4 on server #1 to reflect the changes to the registrar information. This is assuming you have the mysite.com DNS on server #1.

    Where I can set it in WHM on server #1, when I click to "Add an A Entry for your Hostname" in DNS functions I can`t add this new name servers....
    Where I can?

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