As it stands now, I host my DNS locally. However, I would like to use DNSmadeEasy instead of my local DNS service. As far as I can tell, this entails the following:
1) Transferring my DNS zones over to DNSmadeEasy
2) Updating my glue records (or "host records" as GoDaddy calls them) so that my current ns1.mydomain.com and ns2.mydomain.com point to the DNSmadeEasy IP's instead of my server IP's.
My question then is, will the nameserver records for domains that point to my DNS automatically update?
The reason I ask is that when you setup nameserver entries at some registrars, they ask you for the nameservers AND the associated IP's. So do people who host on my server need to go to their registrar and update the IP's manually or will these glue records changes be reflected on all domains that point to ns1.mydomain.com and ns2.mydomain.com once their TTL expires?