It’s possible that something I did in the past made things happen in an irregular way and I merely need to delete benign DNS entries, also, I’m ignorant because I never looked at the DNS sections when the system was pristine, but here is the scenario I see right now.
- I have 1 physical server, its name is
- I have 3 top-level Virtual Servers representing the 3 FQDN’s I own;
- I used
InsidersCommunity.comas the so-to-speak base FQDN for the Virtualmin set-up.
- Each top-level Virtual Server has the following entries listed:
@ IN SOA srv1.InsidersCommunity.com. root.srv1.InsidersCommunity.com. ( 1589834925 10800 3600 604800 38400 ) @ IN NS srv1.InsidersCommunity.com. @ IN NS InsidersCommunity.com. @ IN NS BusinessName.com. @ IN NS PublicCommunity.com.
It feels like it’s wrong to look at the
PublicCommunity.com => Server Configuration => DNS Records
NS entries for the other FQDN’s (
Any insight to how BIND works, in this case, would be greatly appreciated.