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Posted: Dec 04, 2002 7:53:21 pm    Profile email Support Visit

The MyDynDNS Secondary DNS service provides a secondary DNS server for your domain, so that you have backup if/when your primary goes down, and to share the load of answering DNS queries.

To use the Secondary DNS service, you must purchase Secondary DNS credits in the NIC. Each credit costs $20, and you must have one credit for each domain you wish to use. Note that this is three domains registered at once in the system - if you use one domain, then remove it, you can use another with the credit from the first one. This is a one-time setup fee, there are no recurring fees for the Secondary DNS service.

See the How-To for information on getting started with the MyDynDNS Secondary DNS service, and the FAQ should help to answer your questions.
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As with all of our services, the first thing you need to do before using the MyDynDNS Secondary DNS service is create an account in the Members' NIC. There is a NIC Help page to get you started in the NIC.

Once you've got your account created, you'll need to purchase Secondary DNS credits. Each Secondary DNS credit costs $20, and allows you to have the Secondary DNS service for one domain. Once your purchase goes through successfully, you will receive an on-screen and e-mail confirmation of the credits, and you'll be ready to move on.

Once your credit(s) has/have been purchased, you'll want to create your domain(s) in the NIC. Go to the Secondary DNS section, and click on the "Create New Secondary DNS" link. On the next screen, you'll need to enter two pieces of information - the domain you want Secondary DNS for, and the IP address (in dotted quad format, like 1.2.3.4) of the server which is a master for that domain.

Now you need to add ns2.mydyndns.org, ns3.mydyndns.org, ns4.mydyndns.org, and ns5.mydyndns.org to the list of DNS servers to which your domain is delegated. You should do this by making the change with your registrar, and also by adding the appropriate NS records to your zonefile. You will also need to configure your primary DNS server, the IP of which you entered above, to allow zone transfers from 209.69.32.138 (the IP address of ns2.mydyndns.org), 64.71.191.27 (ns3.mydyndns.org), 212.100.224.176 (ns4.mydyndns.org), and 66.37.215.46 (ns5.mydyndns.org).

That's all you need to do - once our systems detect that you've properly delegated your domain to our servers, it will be activated and we will begin serving secondary DNS for your zone!
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>MyDynDNS Custom DNS service $30 per domain forever!

As with all of our services, the first thing you need to do before using the MyDynDNS Custom DNS service is create an account in the Members' NIC. There is a NIC Help page to get you started in the NIC.

You will, of course, have to register your domain with the appropriate organization, or modify an existing domain to use our DNS servers. For com/net/org domains, we highly recommend Dotster for domain registration, though we have found that for some country TLDs their verification process will prevent delegation from occuring successfully. Note: domain registration carries an additional fee. We are providing DNS services only, not registration services. You must instruct your registrar to use the nameservers ns1.mydyndns.org, ns2.mydyndns.org, ns3.mydyndns.org, ns4.mydyndns.org, and ns5.mydyndns.org for your domain. (Note: If your registrar will not let you input this many servers, leave off higher numbered servers; only ns1 and ns2 are absolutely required for activation, but we strongly recommend listing as many as possible with your registrar.) This is referred to as "delegating" your domain to our DNS servers. This type of change usually takes 24-48 hours to complete, sometimes longer, so please be patient. If you are using Network Solutions to register the domain, you may want to specify AM8563-ORG as the technical contact; otherwise, please ensure that you are the technical contact.

Once you've got your account created and your domain registered, you'll need to purchase Custom DNS credits. Each Custom DNS credit costs $30, and you need one credit for each domain you wish to use. This is a one-time fee only, and does not recur on any interval. Once your purchase is completed, you should receive on-screen and e-mail confirmation of the credits, and they will then be available for use in your account.

Once your credits have been purchased, you'll want to create your domain(s) in the NIC. Go to the Custom DNS section, and click on the "Add New Zone" link. On the next screen, select a level for your domain - this can be changed later, and we highly recommend the Basic interface unless you are very experienced with DNS. The rest of this How-To will assume use of the Basic interface.

On the next screen you'll be prompted for the domain you want to use. Enter your domain name in the text box - be sure to enter only the domain, not a host within the domain. Unless you are sure of what you are doing, "domainname.com" is correct, "www.domainname.com" is not. Once you submit this form, you'll be presented with some instructions about properly delegating your domain. Once your zone has been properly delegated and our system has detected it, you will receive an e-mail informing you that it has been activated.

Once your domain is in the database, you can start adding records. Any entries you make before the domain is activated will be automatically created at the time of activation. Using the basic interface, a host record for domainname.com is automatically created, pointing to your IP address at the time of zone addition, and an alias from www.domainname.com to domainname.com is also generated automatically.

If you simply want to run services using domainname.com and www.domainname.com, you're pretty much done now - you'll want to find a client application which can update to the Custom DNS system (be careful, not all of them can!) and use it to keep domainname.com pointing to your IP address.

If you want more hostnames, simply use the web-based interface to create them. Any host records you create can be updated with a Custom DNS-compatible client. In all, it's pretty much intuitive. If you have additional questions, you'll want to check out the FAQ.

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We are not in related to DynDNS.org.

But its services was ranked one of the best Dynamic DNS service in its industry.

However, PrimeDNR.com will recommend our client to use web hosting company's service instead of just using Dynamic DNS because it should be more stable. Unless you have a lot of traffic to come to your website.



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