***Error: Superfluous name server listed at parent: rs1.salay.com.tr

Posted on 2013-06-11
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Last Modified: 2013-06-11
We are a ripe member and while we are creating a Domain object we are getting the following error :

is there any body know how to resolve this issue

- From-Host:
- Date/Time: Tue Jun 11 17:16:53 2013


Number of objects found:                   1
Number of objects processed successfully:  0
  Create:         0
  Modify:         0
  Delete:         0
  No Operation:   0
Number of objects processed with errors:   1
  Create:         1
  Modify:         0
  Delete:         0


The following object(s) were found to have ERRORS:

Create FAILED: [domain] 156.9.185.in-addr.arpa

domain:         156.9.185.in-addr.arpa
descr:          SALAY-DEDICATED
admin-c:        CE1532-RIPE
tech-c:         CE1532-RIPE
zone-c:         CE1532-RIPE
nserver:        rs1.salay.com.tr
nserver:        rs2.salay.com.tr
notify:         ripe@salay.com.tr
mnt-by:         mnt-salay
changed:        ripe@salay.com.tr  20120302
source:         RIPE

***Error:   Superfluous name server listed at parent: rs1.salay.com.tr
            A name server listed at the parent, but not at the child, was
            found. This is most likely an administrative error. You should
            update the parent to match the name servers at the child as soon as

***Error:   Superfluous name server listed at parent: rs2.salay.com.tr
            A name server listed at the parent, but not at the child, was
            found. This is most likely an administrative error. You should
            update the parent to match the name servers at the child as soon as

***Error:   Total parent/child glue mismatch.
            The parent lists name servers that the child doesn't know about;
            see details in advanced. This configuration could actually work but
            breaks very easily if one of these zones changes slightly.

***Warning: Could not find reverse address for
            PTR record(s) for the address could not be found in the .arpa-zone.
            (ip6.arpa. for IPv6 addresses and in-addr.arpa. for IPv4).


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Generated by RIPE WHOIS Update version 1.66.3 on WHOIS1
Handled sync update (RIPE, 2013-06-11 17:16:53)

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Expert Comment

ID: 39239044
Have you checked with your registrar to see if your name servers are listed the same?

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babuse earned 2000 total points
ID: 39239051
I looked at your dns records on this domain.
Looks like everything is looking ok, but you need them to add your PTR records.

Author Comment

ID: 39239084
I've added all ptr records,
I will try reboot server :S

Author Closing Comment

ID: 39239094
sorry after you say ptr i realize that i forget to add ns addresses to ptr thanks

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