Glue records on my domain, point to new install of ISPConfig

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by caprinod, Jun 10, 2023.

  1. caprinod

    caprinod New Member

    Hi all.

    I need to post this here I can't solve it by myself.

    I've installed ISPConfig, last version, on Ubuntu Server.
    I've created a client, a site:

    With this records (i manually added the A records for the NS1 and NS2)

    On System / Server Ip Address, I'm, using the public IP:

    My domain is registered at goddady, it has the NS1 and NS2 using the same domain name
    and on Host Names (glue records) I've added my public ip using ns1 and ns2:

    So I think everything is completed here, but is not, because It's not working at all, I can't see my domain, I can't see the ISPConfig admin site using the domain

    By the way, firewall settings are completed too:

    So.. what's going on here? what am I missing? I followed every tutorial out there, youtube as well.
    Also, on mxtoolbox I'm getting this error:
    Somewhere I found that the error was solving by adding the A records for the NS1 and NS2 that is already there.

    Hope I explained myselft cleary.
    PD: I have the ports open for 80 443 21 22 etc.
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    That's indeed required when NS records are subdomains of the same domain you are adding. This solves the hen <> egg problem because you can not look up DNS details for a zone on a server where you can not resolve the name servers' hostnames.

    In the screenshot, it looks as if you have a white space between ns and 1 in the DNS control panel of your domain registry (not ISPConfig).
  3. caprinod

    caprinod New Member

    Thanks for reading my post.

    Yes it looks like it has an space, I'm not sure if someone from Godaddy support change it last night.
    But considering my actual configuration, and those A records, it should be working right?

    Could it be a propagation issue?

    I will keep trying to solve it, and post the solution when I have it.
  4. caprinod

    caprinod New Member

    And.. One last thing.. If I change my DNS to my local IP where the ISPConfig is running, shouldn't this change allow me to open the domain?

    or at least resolve the it?
  5. Taleman

    Taleman Well-Known Member HowtoForge Supporter

    My signature has link to DNS setup totorial with ISPConfig, it has info on glue records and troubleshooting.
    If you have not set up glue records for your domain, use IP-number for name server address when registering the domain.
    ahrasis likes this.

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