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You can select multiple zones at once.
you could have multiple domains with the same tld and still you need to add the zones to the NS: that means subrecords for each domain and subdomains that will be affected in the NS.
the same problem comes with the exerpt ip address. you need to take care of the marking of the /32 netblock that belongs to you and you will be always able to do that. as a result your server will not have more then one ip address. but anyway you are able to do that.
iv’e been able to have a single ip addresses for a domain when my server has the listerners on both domains. with the help of a specific tool (for make static the ip address) and bind9 as the nameserver.
if you want to achieve that maybe you need some help.
i have some more questions, as an example, if i have a new router or something that comes with a new ip address and i need to have it as the default nameserver. and i want the old nameserver to be able to be the backup nameserver.
how would you do that?
(i’m a beginner in this so if i’m wrong on some term, please tell me what you mean)
Last edited by $IPcop on Wed Feb 28, 2011 11:25 am, edited 1 time in total.
I think you misunderstood the meaning of multiple servers.
Multiple servers are not different servers with different data.
Multiple servers are aliases for the same server.
it means i can have 5 subdomains in the same tld all pointing to the same ip address, means that i can take the ip address of the primary server, and each subdomain will be able to have their own ip address, that means that when the ip address of the primary server changes, i can update the ip address of the subdomains too.
That’s not what multiple servers is.
Multiple servers are alternate DNS server IP addresses for a zone.
A zone has multiple servers, and each one can have multiple A records or NS records or CNAMEs or SRV, etc.
if i have for example:
zone1.tld = server1.tld
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This is a small, light-weight, and simple program that does one job very well. It can help you have a smooth DNS-based dynamic IP address management environment. It does this by first determining the public IP address, and then comparing it to the IP addresses that are stored in a zoneedit.com managed domain. If a change has occurred, the IP addresses are then automatically updated in both the DNS server and the managed domain.
This is a utility program that was written for people that want to run their own dynamic DNS server, either for their entire network, or for only one of their dynamic DNS servers.
If you have a Windows environment, just use the setup package supplied by the authors. It is a zip archive file with an executable file inside, so it needs no installation. Just unzip and run the executable file. It will prompt for your first domain name. If you have more than one domain name defined, you can add them by typing them on the command line, or by selecting the checkboxes beside the Domain Names listed. If there are no domains defined, it will prompt you for them.
This program will do the following:
￭ Find the IP address of your DSL modem, that is the public IP address that you can put into DHCP.
￭ Using the default configuration, update the DNS records for all the domains for which you defined IP addresses in ZoneEdit.com.
￭ Using the default configuration, update the DNS records for the CNAME records for which you defined IP addresses.
￭ When updates are detected, it will e-mail you if it is configured that way.
￭ Optional: Run at login, or when the IP address is changed (i.e. if your IP address changes, run it now to update the DNS records and email you).
￭ Optional: Run nightly at log-in or on a schedule (i.e. every 10 minutes).
￭ The IP address is parsed with a regular expression. The regular expression must contain the special token ‘%IP%’ in the position where the IP address will be parsed. This ensures that a valid IP address is parsed.
￭ Optionally, it can e-mail you when an error occurs, when the IP address changes, or nightly with the current IP address.
￭ More than one domain in ZoneEdit can be updated.
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IPTarget is a small, easy to use application. All features are managed in the same dialog box. With just a couple of clicks, you can choose how often to update your public IP address. Optionally, you can trigger zoneedit updates automatically. There are three update options, which you can specify in the “General” tab. However, the update interval is only updated when a configuration change occurs.
When an update occurs, you can configure an e-mail notification or a nightly e-mail. You can also configure a scheduler, if you want to be notified every night at a specified time.
In the “DNS Query” tab, you have the option to configure how often to check whether the IP address has changed. If your IP address changes, it will automatically update the DNS records for all zones.
For safety, you can specify a backup IP address. This can be used to query your current IP address if it fails. You can also click the “Re-check IP address” button, if you determine that there is a mistake in the configuration. The IP address will be checked for it’s validity.
In the “ZoneEdit” tab, you can configure which zones you want to update when the IP address changes. You can check the boxes next to a zone to be updated, or click the “Update All” button to update all of the zones.
When you install IPTarget, you have two options. One is to read the configuration from a file. The other is to ask you. You can ignore the configuration file, if you want to keep your current settings.
IPTarget features include:
￭ You can manage which zones you want to update and the update interval.
￭ You can configure which domains you want to update when the IP address changes and the interval for the update.
￭ You can configure what you want to be alerted of (a change of IP address, daily update, a change of the IP address and a change of the IP address and the time).
￭ You can setup a backup IP address.
￭ You can choose whether the application should do a check for validity when a change occurs in the IP address.
￭ You can configure a scheduler for the check for valid IP address and update the IP address to the backup IP address.
￭ You can choose whether to check the IP address yourself or if you want the computer to do it for
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IPTarget periodically queries your DSL modem for the current IP address. If the IP address changes, it will be updated in your ZoneEdit managed domain.
There are two ways to configure IPTarget:
￭ By editing the settings in the “IPTarget” program.
￭ By defining the IP address under each managed domain. This can be done in the “ZoneEdit” program.
How does it compare to other DNS updates?
I am currently using ZoneEdit and I have tested DNS updates with them and they do a great job. However, many of their options are not available if you have a broadband connection. I currently have 10 domains and 6 domains are managed with ZoneEdit.
Can I use IPTarget with other managed DNS services?
Yes, IPTarget can be used with other managed DNS services (please submit a support ticket if you have questions). ZoneEdit provides a lot of options that other managed DNS services don’t have. However, they do not have all of the options that IPTarget has.
Can you use IPTarget with other managed DNS services besides ZoneEdit?
Yes, I have used IPTarget to manage other managed DNS services, but ZoneEdit offers many more features and is much easier to use. I would recommend using ZoneEdit. If you can use other managed DNS services, please submit a support ticket.
Can I manually trigger IP address updates?
Yes, I allow updates manually in IPTarget.
Can I update from a different location?
Yes, you can manually trigger an IP address update from a different location.
What does IPTarget do?
IPTarget is a simple program that periodically queries your DSL modem for the current IP address. If the IP address changes, it will update your ZoneEdit managed domains.
Do I have to configure anything to make IPTarget work?
No, there are only two options. The first is to enter the IP address of your modem in the “Modem IP Address” text box. The second is to set the “Modem IP Address” option to “Configure IPTarget.”
If you do not enter the IP address for your modem, it will obtain the public IP address from the status page of your modem. The public IP address will be obtained using a regular expression. If the address is not valid, then the IP address will not be updated.
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