On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 3:51 PM, Camaleón <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Sun, 12 Jun 2011 15:32:09 +0200, Christian Simo wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 3:10 PM, Camaleón <email@example.com
Uh? You mean the domain name registrar?
>> > ! Whilst checking field 6a on the application form and whilst running
>> > a Reverse check...
>> > ! you specified that "220.127.116.11" would map to "ns1.kom.co.za
>> > but DNS returned "41-134-19-90.dsl.mweb.co.za
>> What application is giving you that error?
> There is not application that giving me the problem, it's a *.CO.ZA
> Domain registrations *http://www.coza.net.za
>I'm afraid you will have to wait for their response. Or forget about this
> I even emailed to my ISP the errors and still waiting for their
setup and try with another one (e.g., use an external free DNS service to
resolve your domain, like DynDNS or such).
On Monday, If not yet response, I much resend the mails to them, Before decide to switch to the external DNS services.
If I correctly read the error message, your registrar needs that you
domain name (n1.kom.co.za) is properly configured by the owner of the
IPs, that is, your ISP.
That's not the usual setup in many countries and having the control of
> what make me so strange is that I never login on the Cisco router to
> really see how the configuration looks.
your router is very useful as you don't need to wait a response from your
ISP for every change you want to do.
I don't know why there are doing like that, I has been waiting for their response since yesterday,
the thing that I know now is that the IPs 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 are pointing to their hostnames
> is it something's wrong with my Debian machine configurations?Dunno, but one thing for sure: this is a complex setup.
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