Originally Posted by Alex LD
Yes I've done that Not sure if they're the right ones though. I'm using the ones it told me to use when i clicked "Assigned Nameserver Ips"
UPDATE: BIND doesn't seem to be functioning correctly on your VPS - rndc: connect failed: 127.0.0.1#953: connection refused
Should I have used the ones in the "Resolver Setup Step 2" they have other IP's and it says "Enter the ip address of at least two nameservers that you will use for dns resolution. Your datacenter should be able to provide you with at least one ip of a dns server you can access. If you do not know the ip address of your provider's local resolvers you should contact them. It is very important that these nameservers are correct, or you server will not function properly. If you do not know what to put in the boxes below and cannot contact your provider, please close this window and go though this setup at a later time; Your server should still function normally, however connections made to the server may be slower than normal."
the answer to your last question is a resounding NO.
this refers to the dns servers your vps uses (/etc/resolv.conf) - just like the servers you use at home from your isp - I would strongly advise to not touch that if dns resolution inside the vps works (eg: "nslookup wht.us" returns an ip address).
your problem refers to the dns servers everybody else uses to lookup dns information about domains you have pointed at the vps ip address.
It is critical to make this distinction.