Category: FAQ tagged "dns" containing ""

Category: DNS Zone Default Options

Refresh Time – The amount of time in seconds between a successful check on the serial number on the zone of the primary DNS and the next attempted check. Retry Time – The amount of time in seconds to wait before retrying a failed refresh attempt. Expiration Time – The amount of time in seconds for refresh […]

DNS
Nov 12, 2012, 9:41 pmBy: InterWorx
2 votes, 4.00 avg. rating (74% score)
(0) Comments

Category: How to sync iworx DNS to a non-iworx DNS server

Step 1: Identify the IP address of your interworx primary nameserver (a.b.c.d) Step 2: Identify the IP address of your bind secondary nameserver (e.f.g.h) Step 3a: If you want to allow transfer of only a subset of the domains on the interworx server, on the interworx server run the following: echo ‘e.f.g.h:allow,AXFR=”site1.com/site2.com/site3.com”‘ >> /service/axfrdns-a.b.c.d/tcp Step […]

Citation Source: DNS
Nov 14, 2012, 3:15 pmBy: InterWorx
4 votes, 3.75 avg. rating (72% score)
(4) Comments

Category: How to: Set the Default DNS Servers

The following procedures explain how to set the default (primary, secondary, and tertiary) DNS servers on an InterWorx Control Panel server. Click the System Services menu item if it is not already open. Click the DNS Server menu item if it is not already open. Click the Overview menu item. Locate the Default DNS Servers section. Enter the new Primary DNS server in […]

DNS
Nov 12, 2012, 9:38 pmBy: InterWorx
2 votes, 2.50 avg. rating (54% score)
(0) Comments

Category: How to: Author Custom Nameservers

Prerequesites If you are reading this document we are assuming three things: You have a server with the InterWorx Control Panel installed on it. You own a domain which you would like to use for a nameserver (you only need one, even if you host many sites). You want to use your own (ns1.mydomain.com and […]

DNS
Nov 12, 2012, 11:12 pmBy: InterWorx
0 votes, 0.00 avg. rating (0% score)
(0) Comments

Category: I am a reseller. Can I create my own custom DNS Nameservers?

Yes, as long as you own the domain name in question and your host has provisioned you the IPs. We have a How-To in the DNS Guide.

Citation Source: DNSIP Management
Nov 12, 2012, 8:06 pmBy: InterWorx
0 votes, 0.00 avg. rating (0% score)
(0) Comments

Comments

Broken Link