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Hey guys. I currently am setting up a shared webserver as a test, out of curiosity. I registered my domain for my NS, airliashosting.net.
Now here is where I'm confused. I did a fresh install of Debian, then I installed ISPCP.
Great. I can access the site through my router IP and a little port fowarding.
I went into GoDaddy's domain manager to register my name servers, ns1.airliashosting.net and ns2.airliashosting.net.
I set both IPs to 184.108.40.206 which is my router IP.
I let GoDaddys servers do their thing, then tried out the site. I get slapped with a Cannot find site message when I try Airliashosting.net.
I have a user account setup for airliashosting.net.
Do I need to set up BIND9 for something?
Please help. Thanks
When you setup your own name servers you register them with godaddy and then create an a record for that ns.
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