How to configure Nameservers for .de domains?
I've registered daminion-software.de by Godaddy. Unfortunately each time when I try to change the namespaces within the Godaddy Domain manager I receive the error message:
> "The modifications you requested for the domain DAMINION-SOFTWARE.DE have FAILED.
Error: ModifyRegistration request failure"
Nameservers for .de domains have specific requirements and checking Linode nameservers by the below service was failed:
I receive the error messages for ns1.linode.com and ns2.linode.com
> Error 902 Timeout (target)
Error 902 Timeout (target)
Godaddy representative suggest me to contact Linode since Linode created the nameservers they need to ensure they are configured properly for .de domains.
While Linode support suggested me to contact to Godaddy:
> "We've investigated the requirements described by the .de registry, and our nameservers comply with them. Based on the errors GoDaddy provided you, it looks like they were unable to reach our nameservers via IPv6. I've checked our infrastructure and haven't been able to replicate that issue, or identify any recent problems that would have interrupted connectivity to our nameservers.
I would recommend that you reach out to GoDaddy to reattempt their tests, and if they run into the same issue, to check for IPv6 issues on their end that would be preventing them from reaching our nameservers."
Does anyone experienced the same issue with setting Linode nameservers on Godaddy for .de domains? How did you solve it?
Thanks in advance!
You don't HAVE TO move your DNS control over to Linode, just setup your DNS records under GoDaddy.
//just curious - why are your domains locked until mid-August? - I didn't know that any domain registrars, even Godaddy, would hold your domains hostage as long as you're currently paid up//
The checkbox is of course completely voluntary… in the sense that if you don't check it, you can't continue with the purchase. But you did ask for the lock, out of your own will, right?
Address one: 2600:3c03:0:0:0:0:0:a
Address two: 2a01:7e00:0:0:0:0:0:a
These addresses really do work, I just tested them. The last :53 is the port.
Check that you were not giving the address plus the :53 to godaddy because that won't work.
Also - as other people have said - I'd not have too much trust in godaddy.