Domain name not resolving to IP


So my domain name registrar only allows me to add A/glue records. It does not have options to select between A/AAAA/CNAME/MX etc. I assume (because I am a newbie) that it does not host DNS server itself so I have to take care of it myself.

I have a LINUX server setup on CentOS 7 and BIND DNS server. I have created a master zone for the domain and added relevant records for FTP, Mail etc. The router is configured to forward http port to the server. I have listed the name servers on the registrar website (, This info is also present on the BIND server.

I cannot access the website by the domain name but I can access it using the external IP. In my understanding I have setup the required things but I'm not sure if there are other things I have to look at. Am I missing something?
Obaid ur RehmanTechnical and Operations ManagerAsked:
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David FavorLinux/LXD/WordPress/Hosting SavantCommented:
Provide your actual domain name, so people can test your DNS + provide a solution.

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
your registrar should allow you to use ns records

create a account and setup your dns records there.
Obaid ur RehmanTechnical and Operations ManagerAuthor Commented:
Hi again,

The domain is

And the registrar does allow to use ns records, so I added my servers and on the registrar website and pointed towards my host IP to both.

My DNS server is BIND and it has a master zone for this domain as well as ns records.

Let me know if you'd need more information from my side.

David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
so if BIND is setup correctly once we wait out the TTL timeout you should be golden
Obaid ur RehmanTechnical and Operations ManagerAuthor Commented:
So I rechecked all the configuration and found some misconfiguration. Fixed them and it's working. Thank you both!
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