As I'm trying option 3, I configured my domain (marten-de-vries.eu) to use ns.iv.lt as a secondary dns server.Valentine said:Hello, it depend on whether you want to do it the easy way, little harder or the hardest. As you mentioned there are tree options for domain nameservers:
The easiest way and probably the quickest is to leave your domain provider nameserver and just add record to them. The harder way is to change your domain nameservers to our ns*.time4vps.eu and add necessary record through our Domain manager. Probably the hardest way (if you do not have any control panel) is to change your domain nameservers to your server and our slave nameserver (ns.iv.lt) and then add record in your server.
- Your domain provider nameservers;
- Our ns*.time4vps.eu nameservers;
- Your server and a slave server as a nameserver.
[email protected]:~$ dig @ns.iv.lt marten-de-vries.eudoes not return an answer, though. Did I forget to do something? Or is this secondary server no longer offered?
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