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DNS IP CHANGE

DNS IP change.

I made some chages on the secndary DNS IP, and that was 48 hours ago, and the IP hasn't change. Is there a reason why? I'm using windows 2003 for the DNS server.

On my DNS management, I went to the DNS that I want, and I change the DNS2 IP. Is that correct?
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Ennio
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suggestionstickCommented:
Hi

What are you trying to do?

Are you changing the IP address of the primary DNS server for a domain on the secondary DNS server?

if so On your primary Dns server right click domain in question -select properties -select "Zone transfer" and make sure that the secondary servers IP is allowed

Trevor



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EnnioAuthor Commented:
I got a new set of IP, because I'm moving my T1 line. So I need to update all the IP address to match the new ones.

So I need to update my DNS1 and DNS2 IP to the new one
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suggestionstickCommented:
Hi

If you are changing your external DNS servers IP address.
you will need to update your name servers delegation at your registrar's website or via phone.

Please note: you will experience an outage from when you change the external DNS servers IP address until the registrar changes are made and populated out.


Trevor
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EnnioAuthor Commented:
Even if the name will be the same?

For example. I have:
dns1.xxx.com   points to the ip 123.123.123.123
dns2.xxx.com   points to the ip 123.123.123.124

Do I still need to contact the my registar?
Because on my register I have under my DNS the name, and not the IP.
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EnnioAuthor Commented:
What I'm changing is the IP's.

from 123.123.123.123 to 12.12.12.12. I did do the changes on my DNS server here, but they did not change on the internet, everytime I do a nslookup it gives me the old IP address, and on my DNS management on windows 2003 under the DNS1, and DNS2 I have the new IP.

Do I need to call my T1 provider? to why? do they have to do anything?
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