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NXDOMAIN Error on all domains

I have 4 DNS servers clustered via Cpanel.

The servers are:
ns1.nocbank.net
ns2
ns3
ns4

When I do A NS Look up on a domain This is what returns:


root@opal [/etc]# nslookup @ns1.nocbank.net sitewip.com
Server:         sitewip.com
Address:        66.96.234.147#53

** server can't find \@ns1.nocbank.net: NXDOMAIN

Here is the Record:

; Modified by Web Host Manager
; Zone File for sitewip.com
$TTL 14400
@       300     IN      SOA     ns1.nocbank.net.        notify.nocbank.net.     (
                                        2006051106
                                        14400
                                        5400
                                        1209600
                                        86400
                                        )

sitewip.com.    300     IN      NS      ns1.nocbank.net.
sitewip.com.    300     IN      NS      ns2.nocbank.net.
sitewip.com.    300     IN      NS      ns3.nocbank.net.
sitewip.com.    300     IN      NS      ns4.nocbank.net.

sitewip.com.    300     IN      A       66.96.234.147
localhost.sitewip.com.  300     IN      A       127.0.0.1
sitewip.com.    300     IN      MX      0       sitewip.com.

mail    300     IN      CNAME   sitewip.com.
www     300     IN      CNAME   sitewip.com.
ftp     300     IN      CNAME   sitewip.com.


This is just 1 example.

Is DNS wrong?

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jbrashear72
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jbrashear72
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ravenplCommented:
> root@opal [/etc]# nslookup @ns1.nocbank.net sitewip.com
Do You wanted
dig @ns1.nocbank.net sitewip.com
Or
nslookup sitewip.com ns1.nocbank.net
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jbrashear72Author Commented:
OK so from your end does every think look ok?
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ravenplCommented:
Yes, and also another one command
host sitewip.com ns1.nocbank.net

It's just: nslookup @ns1.nocbank.net sitewip.com # is bad syntax
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