changing host records
Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy
grisha at ispol.com
Fri Apr 18 19:23:59 UTC 2003
I was under the same misconception, which is why I was looking to change
my host record at NSI even though the domain is registered with OpenSRS
(and in desparation ended up posting to nanog).
Apparently it is now up to the registrar of the matching domain to manage
the host records, and luckily, OpenSRS does have an easy interface to it,
but I take it this varies greatly from registrar to registrar.
On Fri, 18 Apr 2003, Bruce Robertson wrote:
> Hopefully the domain that the host record refers to is with NSI, otherwise
> it is flatly impossible. I gave up trying to get NSI to change the IP address
> of our third nameserver. Even after explaining to them that it doesn't
> matter that GREATBASIN.NET is not one of their domains, including resorting
> to drawing little pictures of how a relational database works, they couldn't
> manage to change the IP address. So, the few domains we still have with
> NSI have the wrong IP address in the third nameserver field.
> Good luck!
> Bruce Robertson, President/CEO +1-775-348-7299
> Great Basin Internet Services, Inc. fax: +1-775-348-9412
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