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Started by Munerift, January 22, 2007, 09:58:01 PM
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Quote from: XepherI just buy "raw" domain names. I don't pay for any redirect services or anything, as I run DNS here. If you go that route, you just have to tell me what the domain name was, and I link it to your account here. I've used http://www.domainsnext.com/ for years now. I wouldn't say they're great or anything, but their terms are such that you actually own the name, whereas places like GoDaddy have a history of ripping people off. I don't know if they still do it, but for a while, if you read the fine print, you didn't own the name, they bought it at your request, and then leased it to you, making it impossible to ever move to another provider.As for what you need to do... let me know of course, and other than that, set the authoritative nameservers for your domain to ns1.xepher.net and ns2.xepher.net and that should do it.
Quote from: XepherYou mean you set the nameservers to those? It shouldn't be "forwarding" anything. Assuming that's true, it should start working as soon as the nameserver changes take effect where you are. It's working already here, so it's just a matter of how long before your (or a visitor's) ISP updates their nameservers. Usually it's 24-48 hours from the time you make the changes.
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