[TriLUG] Name server question
steve at kuekes.homeip.net
Thu Jul 2 12:46:36 EDT 2009
I understand that network solutions resolves that host name, the
question is that to resolve ns.mydomain.com they will have to query my
DNS server. How do they find it? It appears that we have a loop here.
To find my dns server address we have to resolve a name that is served
by my dns server.....
Reginald Reed wrote:
> Network solutions resolves that hostname and anyone that queries for the
> authoritative nameservers for your domain will be provided with an IP
> If you are running a DNS server, I highly suggest you pick up a book on DNS
> or do some research online. Post to the list if you have other questions.
> On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 11:19 AM, Steve Kuekes <steve at kuekes.homeip.net>wrote:
>> I want to host my own name server for my domain (for example mydomain.com),
>> and I have a question....
>> Network solutions is my domain provider and they want me to enter the name
>> of the name server that handles queries for my domain, instead of using
>> their name servers.
>> my name server is ns.mydomain.com
>> So if this server handles queries for mydomain.com, how do other sites
>> find ns.mydomain.com since its address is passed out from itself???? So
>> you can't have a system with a name in the same domain as it is serving?
>> I obviously don't understand something.
>> Steve Kuekes
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