Correct DNS settings for a domain name.

November 15, 2010 at 05:31:06
Specs: Windows XP

Firstly, I am sorry if I am on wrong category.

I would like to ask something about DNS servers. First, what is the difference between DNS servers which are used for connecting to the internet and DNS servers for domain names which are used for pointing servers as I know.

Secondly, I would like ask about a DNS configuration,

For example I have a domain name, and here are the DNS records of it, NS NS A IP of server A IP of server CNAME IP address

I think this should be enough a site to work.

But I wonder, if I want to use this domain's dns for pointing another domain to another server, what I need to do? (I also could not understand what I mentioned here. :) )

Hope I could explained my question.

Thank you.

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November 15, 2010 at 06:51:32
hi webmaster61. I think your first question was asking what is the difference between the dns of say a hosted website, and that of an internal server. If that is what you were asking, the answer is just location. They are essentially the same thing. They resolve names into ip addresses, but one is on your lan, and one is outside on your dmz or your web hosting service.

Now as far as your dns records for your domain go... I think they might need some work A IP of server <<is this pointing to a name server that belongs to your host or your isp? If so, you might want to change your ns records to point directly to the ip of those servers instead of to a subdomain of your domain A IP of server <<same with this

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November 15, 2010 at 09:35:29
hi jowah.

Thank you very much for your reply. I think the first question is now better on me.

But actually, I could not understand the second one. Maybe I could not understand it because of my missing English. :)

Here is what I try to do,

There are two domain names; and, and they need to be on different servers.'s DNS configuration is okay.

I want to point to its server, by using a name server of .

Namely,'s a different name server(which is not used by itself) will point to its server which is a different one.

Hope explained it clearly.

Thank you. :)

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