Custom Default DNS Zone Template You can change a default DNS Zone template which is used when creating a new-account or domain. By default, cwp is using default.tpl for all new accounts and domains. If you need to change it please note that you need to make a file as default.tpl is overwritten on every […]
Slave2 DNS Server – Cluster Setup If you need to have multiple DNS servers then you can have them connected to the slave dns manager. Slave2 DNS Server requires that you have previously installed Slave DNS Server & Manager. Please read more detailed info here. Create configuration file: /root/dns_sync_slave2.conf USERNAME=”slave” SERVER=”126.96.36.199″ SSHPORT=”22″ SOURCESYNCLOCATION=”/var/named/slave” CHECKMAINDNS=”centos-webpanel.com” LOCALSYNCLOCATION=”/var/named/slave” […]
Slave DNS Server & Manager download version – installation instructions Please read more detailed info here. For Slave DNS Manager is recommended that you have a clean server with CWP which will be used as Slave DNS (ns2). Create a New Account on the CWPpro Server * This is the server you plan to use […]
CWP SLAVE DNS and DNS Clusters Please note that we have two options of slave DNS: – Slave DNS Server on our hosted server (you get an account with domain limit you need) – Slave DNS Server download version (a full and FREE Slave DNS Manager where you can add/remove users, set domain limits and […]
FreeDNS is a free DNS Cluster with DDoS protection for serving your website dns records. Cluster DNS is using servers in North America and Europe. You can register and start using FreeDNS here http://freedns.centos-webpanel.com To start using FreeDNS you need to set following Name-Servers for your domain with your domain registrar: ns1.centos-webpanel.com ns2.centos-webpanel.com
Few most seen errors with bind/DNS and instruction on how to fix them Starting named: Error in named configuration: /etc/named.conf:57: zone ‘ns1.web.co.uk': already exists previous definition: /etc/named.conf:46 /etc/named.conf:58: zone ‘ns2.web.co.uk': already exists previous definition: /etc/named.conf:47 [FAILED] Edit file /etc/named.conf with your favorite file editor or from CWP and remove duplicated entries for above specified zones.
It’s required that you have installed CentOS WebPanel and at least one public IP address. ** Please note that some domain providers will require that you have two different IP’s. Settings CWP.admin – DNS Functions –> Edit NameServers IPs Add here add your subdomains you want to use for the NameServers and one IP for […]