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Posted on 2012-03-14
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Hello, I have a domain I just changed to use Godaddy DNS Manager. This same domain used to be my nameserver (ns1.domain,ns2.domian) must of my domains used this nameservers.

After I changed to Godaddy DNS Manager none of my old domains are pointing to my server. I guess I have to add the ns records on the Manager, Am I right?
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Question by:brauliomendez
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by:barrykfl
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Where is your "Orginal" DNS domain hold. U need to register and point to the Godaddy DNS sever . Otherwise nothing will happen.

If u register the domain through your old provider. THEN

U should asked your old provider to trasnfer the domain to Godaddy or asked them point the domain to godaddy for you.

OF course it may chargable.
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by:brauliomendez
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Ok maybe I can explain better. I have all my domains with GoDaddy. I had a domain1 that contained ns1.domain1 and ns2.domain1 with my server IP, and domain1 was pointed to those NAMESERVERS.

Also pointed to those NAMESERVERS were domain2 domain3 and domain4. Today I parked domain1 on Godaddy so I could use their DNS Manager.

Now none of my domains are accesible I am getting unknown host on my pings.
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by:barrykfl
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Mostly it need 12 hrs -24 hrs to syn all DNS , u may need to ask Godaddy support if still not accessable.


at your PC type cmd type > nslookup

it will show what ip of dns your domain refer. check the ip what is it through the web below.

http://www.whoismind.com/ip/69.72.185.107.html

Is it godaddy dns ? if nothing shown then none of record in it then you have to contact goddy to troubleshoot what 's going on.?
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I basically added ns1 and ns2 and direct them to @ on the DNS Manager and everything is working.
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by:brauliomendez
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None of the solutions I got were complete, so I decided to test stuff around and found the solution.
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