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registering private name servers...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by leena, Jun 6, 2014.

  1. leena

    leena Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    recently i setup one small blog network and registered private name server for each blog, but when i go to http://dnscheck.pingdom.com/troubleshooting.php and check my site it shows errors.

    Is this going to have any negative effect on the blogs? as of now they are all loading fine. It shows error is the delegation part of the test.
     
  2. DaringHost

    DaringHost Registered Member

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    Can you either provide your domain name or provide a screenshot of the test results? That will help us help you regarding this issue. It is hard to tell if this issue will effect you since I am unable to see what the exact errors are.
     
  3. RockstarSEO

    RockstarSEO Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It maybe such that while registering the nameservers you ended up putting a different host ip for the domain and in the WHM you might have had selected a different one for it
     
  4. irdeto

    irdeto Regular Member

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    It al depends on which errors are showing. IF you post a screenshot of just the errors (black out your domain and ip details) then i can try and assist you.
     
  5. playerb

    playerb Junior Member

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    a stab in the dark would be you're missing NS entries in the zone file or the NS entries are set to something other than where your domain is pointing

    difficult to say without the error message

    edit: you can check the domains NS entries easily here http://www.geektools.com/digtool.php (or via cmdline with dig/nslookup/etc..). set 'TYPE' to NS
     
    Last edited: Jun 7, 2014