NS1 NS2 for my own domain
essentially i want ns1.mysite.com and ns2.mysite.com as nameserver
reason being that i want my other sites to use those as nameservers.
that way if i move in the future, i won't have to tell all my clients to change their nameservers, they don't even know how to anyways.
right now through godaddy i have ns1 and ns2 pointing to my ip address for linode. those are resolved right now and do go to the correct address.
going to my actual site though errors out with NORECORDS
in the DNS manager i entered ns1.mysite.com and ns2.mysite.com under NS Records and also added NS1 and NS2 under A/AAAA records with my ip address.
i am not sure why it is not working, there must be something else that i need to do?
dnsstuff does show the nameservers of my domain being properly changed by now, it's just not resolving at the server's end
And you can't point NS1 and NS2 to the SAME IP. They need to be two different boxes on two separate networks.
Might want to read up on what a nameserver actually is, and then rethink the whole thing of running your own.
my whole point as i said was so that i wouldnt have to have clients change the nameservers on their accounts.
this has worked fine in the past on cpanel/whm
linode = unmanaged aka you have to do it yourself
Sounds like you need to install a name server, read here