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I have adultadult.info
I made through the control panel ns1.adultadult.info and ns2.adultadult.info to point to my server ip : 184.108.40.206
When I ping ns1.adultadult.info or ns2 I get response
When I ping adultadult.info even I set up as DNS for it ns1.adultadult.info and ns2.adultadult.info I get NO response.
Also the domain adultadult.info do not load.
I dont know what is the problem . Can you please let me know what I did wrong?
Your nameservers are not answering. This means that named is not running on the server and must be started or restarted.
Adultadult.info is set up in the apache2triad httpd.conf file as well as other names.
Also Adultadult.info is set up in the windows. system 32/ driver/ etc/ hosts file.
I dont know what is cousing this problem.
are you running a Microsoft server? if so you need to be running something like:
http://www.dnsreport.com/tools/dnsre...dultadult.info -- A timeout occurred getting the NS records from your nameservers! None of your nameservers responded fast enough. They are probably down or unreachable. I can't continue since your nameservers aren't responding.
I am running windows XP + apache2triad.
will the simpledns software interfere with my current apache2triad?
DNS software is typically completely separate from the web server, however you'll want to check with apache2triad to make 100% sure. Without a running DNS server with valid info for your domain listed within it you'll never get your domain name to resolve. Good luck!
The SimpleDNS could not start cose an message informed me port 53 is already used by another applicaton.
How can I find out what application is using it?
is this a server you are leasing from a provider or?
you may want to check what programs are installed via add/remove programs or open task manager and look for a "DNS" program of some kind.
my guess is that Microsoft DNS is already installed, you simply need to add a zone for your domain name to it.
check services applet as well for any "DNS" related services.
Are you familiar with Apache2Triad?
I guess hes having a program or process that is using port 53.
If you are familiar with apache2triad pls tell mehow to setup the DNS
no I am not familiar with apache2triad - here's what their FAQ says though:
You may want to contact the host/server provider or DC for further assistance.