[TriLUG] DNS makes my headhurt..
brian at strutmasters.com
Wed Sep 8 10:42:03 EDT 2004
Would that I could.. Not likely to happen, though.
Any other suggestions?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brandon Newport" <bnewport at appws.com>
To: "Triangle Linux Users Group discussion list" <trilug at trilug.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2004 7:29 AM
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] DNS makes my headhurt..
> It is probably time to ask him for the login and password so you can set
> Brian Henning (brian at strutmasters.com) wrote:
> > Ok, remember how I was setting up some named virtual hosts for a
> > Now I'm working with the fellow that holds the registration of the
> > name. I told him to alias his domain to strutmasters.net; that way, as
> > as we keep our domain name registration up-to-date, his is automatically
> > up-to-date as well. He replied and said:
> > "All I need is the name servers, NS1 and NS2 are they both
> > this is the only way that it can be done at register" [sic]
> > Which one of us is confused? I have very little domain registration
> > experience, but the times I've ever registered any domain, it's been
> > the people the name and the IP and they take care of it; I've never been
> > asked about name servers. I thought name servers were the realm of the
> > provider?
> > So if I'm the confused one here, what's the right answer to his
> > "Yes"?
> > If he's the confused one, what do I tell him to clear things up?
> > Thanks y'all,
> > ~Brian
> > ----------------
> > Brian A. Henning
> > Strutmasters.com
> > 866.597.2397
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