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How would I go about adding a host to my DNS database so that everyone can see it?
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by:brwwiggins
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open the DNS manager on your computer, add an A record for the host
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by:kesea
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So if everyone cannot see this, is there something wrong with the DNS?
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if you added the A record and others who point to your server cannot see it then there may be something wrong.

try doing a NSLOOKUP from one of the clients and see if it can resolve the entry
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