I have never had a problem doing this before but I seem to be having trouble this time.
I’ll just jump into it. The domain is provided by godaddy and we have 2 nameservers made on godaddy:
Each has it’s own IP NS1 being 220.127.116.11 and NS2 18.104.22.168 (The new IP for NS2 is new (the problems were happening before that))
When I do DNS tests on my domain I get these results:
and the following errors bug me and I don’t know how to fix them with virtualmin:
Missing NS records at local servers - Oops! It appears that the following nameserves listed at the parent servers are not listed at your local servers: ns1.halocommunity.com. ns2.halocommunity.com.
You should ensure that these nameservers are valid and working. If they aren’t, it can cause odd behaviour including some people not being able to access your domain.
This issue is happening!!!
Missing NS records at parent servers - Oops! It appears that the following nameserves listed at your local servers are not listed at the parent servers: server1.halocommunity.com. You should ensure that these nameservers are valid and working. If they are not, you will encounter connectivity issues with your domain.
MX records have reverse DNS entries - Oops! The following MX entries don’t have reverse DNS entries for their IP’s. RFC1912 section 2.1 states that a reverse DNS entry must exist for all your mail servers IP’s. Many mailservers will not even accept mail from mailservers with no reverse DNS entry!
22.214.171.124 You should contact your hosting provider or ISP and ask to have a reverse DNS entry (PTR) added for the above IP’s.
Any help would be wonderful.