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Point/forward a third domain level name to external DNS Servers

I use my own dns servers.
I have the domain komvos.net.   -I host this domain to a web server in my network. (it works fine!)
Registry dns servers point to my DNS servers. I want to keep that!
-Now-
I want to host the website hireme.komvos.net to an ISP with DNS servers ns1.someisp.com and ns2.someisp.com

How do I configure the hireme.komvos.net (sub-domain) to point to external DNS Servers?
I created a CNAME record, -but- the ISP wrote me to configure his DNS Servers and tath the CNAME does not work!

Thank you
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

Hi,

If you want to host hireme.komvos.net on separate DNS Servers you must configure NS Records for it within the parent domain (komvos.net):

e.g.:

hireme.komvos.net.  IN NS  ns1.someisp.com.
hireme.komvos.net.  IN NS  ns2.someisp.com.

Then configure the hireme.komvos.net zone with all the appropriate records at someisp.

Chris
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AkisCAuthor Commented:
Thank you Chis-Dent I shall try your solution.
I supose I'll have some results in 48 hours.
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AkisCAuthor Commented:
Do you have any suggestion on how to write these 2 records from DNS MMC
What kind of record do I add? .Text? -or-?
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

If it's the MS DNS then it's new Delegation.

Chris
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AkisCAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much for your precious time spend for me
You have help me another time also
I appreciate it a lot
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AkisCAuthor Commented:
Hi Chris
If you wish, take a look
http://www.experts-exchange.com/index.jsp?qid=22861775

Thank's again
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