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    How To Setup Your Own Name Servers With ISPConfig 3




    If you have just setup a VPS or server with ISPConfig and have completed the "Perfect Installation Guide" from the ISPconfig website, you will want to host domains on the server. You will need to first setup the nameserver setup portion of your installation so that you can then move on to actually creating the domain/website account on the server.

    This tutorial shows how you can run your own name servers for domains that you register with your domain registrar. Once you setup your own nameservers in ISPConfig, you will then be able to register those nameservers at your domain registrar and use them with the accounts you setup on the server.

    This tutorial assumes that you have already installed ISPConfig using the perfect installation guide found on the ISPConfig website, and have already logged in and created the website by clicking on "Sites --> Add Site" and creating the account for the domain you will be using. 

     

    Create The Zone domain.com In ISPConfig

    To begin the process, first login to ISPConfig. Click on the "DNS" tab. We click on Add DNS Zone and fill in the form. For IP address, a box may pop up saying "suggested IP". You can click it and use it. Or, type in your servers IP address as we did in our example. Then, for domain, put in the name of your domain. Finally, for NS1/NS2, put in the nameservers that you will be registering with your domain registrar and using for hosting your websites. By default, you almost always will use "ns1.domain.com" and "ns2.domain.com", replacing domain.com with the name of your domain:



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