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Adding DNS zone for a domain on VPS with Centos 6 using SSH
Posted by Noble M on 30 June 2014 02:00 PM

If you want to use your own NS records like ns1.yourdomain.com or ns2.yourdomain.com for your VPS, you need to have DNS zone files for that domain in the server. We’ll help you create DNS zone files and have your own branded nameservers using our simple SSH command:

  1. Login to VPS via SSH as 'root' user. (Click here know how)

  2. Execute the command:

rm -rf Add-DNS-Zone.sh && wget http://support.bigrock.com/kbimages/scripts/Add-DNS-Zone.sh && sed -i 's/\r//g' Add-DNS-Zone.sh && bash Add-DNS-Zone.sh

   

That’s it. You’re all set to use the branded name servers for your VPS.

 

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