adhaliwal34 at gmail.com
Wed May 8 10:34:14 BST 2013
On 08/05/13 17:06, Dave Cross wrote:
> ISNIC is the Icelandic domain registrar. They deal with the .is ccTLD.
> They have slightly non-standard requirements for the DNS of .is
> domains. See http://www.isnic.is/en/domain/req for details.
> I usually host my DNS using Gandi. But they aren't on ISNIC's list of
> approved DNS suppliers, so when I bought fkth.is a couple of years
> ago, I ended up at dnspark.com, using their free service.
> Over the last few weeks I've been getting email from ISNIC telling me
> that my domain is in breach of the requirements and that if I don't
> fix in the next four weeks they will suspect my domain. They helpfully
> supply a page that checks your domain for compliance -
> Putting fkth.is in that gives the errors:
> Test results for "FNS1.DNSPARK.NET":
> The IP address 2001:1850:1:0:107:0:0:d of nameserver fns1.dnspark.net
> is missing its PTR record or has an incorrect PTR record.
> Test results for "FNS2.DNSPARK.NET":
> These are the nameservers for dnspark, so it's nothing that I have
> changed. Either dnspark have recently changed the config of these
> nameservers or ISNIC have only just got round to checking them.
> I've tried to talk to dnspark about this, but they won't give me any
> support as I'm on using a free server (yes, I know, you get what you
> pay for).
> Does anyone else own .is domains? Where do you host your DNS for them?
> Have you never had problems like this?
> [Who is seriously considering replacing fkth.is with fkth.at]
Too late. I have purchased fkth.at and will sell it to you for 1 million
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