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Can anyone explain the term "Glue"?
I ran a DNSReport on one of my sites http://dnsreport.com/tools/dnsreport...ndosagroup.com
In the "Parent" category it showed:
"OK. The parent servers have glue for your nameservers.
That means they send out the IP address of your nameservers, as well as their host names."
However in the "NS" category it showed:
"Your NS records at your nameservers are:
ns1.andosagroup.net. [no glue provided] [TTL=14400]
Perhaps someone can explain to me what this all means and whether having "no glue provided" in ns1 makes any difference..
Its probably worth taking a couple of minutes to read the whole thing if you arent familiar with DNS. Glue record explanation is down at the bottom. Google is your friend.
You can also look at the following link for further help with this:-
Glue Record is nothing but a DNS entry with the Registry.
When you create Child Name Servers you need to create DNS entries which is the way to inform the registry that now a set of new Name Servers exist.
This is what I have a working knowledge about Glue Records