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  1. DNS help and mail server!

    I was wondering if anyone could help me. Our Web developer is on paternity leave and I only have to try to solve the issues that really concern me. I have many websites hosted on an LCN cloud server. LCN has made an update and the websites have been disconnected. (Only those who have their domain name with another registrar) I asked them to update their DNS settings and A records on ours and the websites were reactivated, but they now have problems with their emails. We do not host their emails as the domain registrar does. So, looking at who.is, the only one that works properly uses our name servers and all the DNS settings are us and A is our IP address, but its mail servers do not concern us, which makes sense. One of the others does not have us as a name server and the only reference is A / IP registration. Apologies if it makes no sense, but I'm not a developer and LCN did not help. Any advice is very appreciated. TIA


  2. It seems that the MX record in the DNS records has been lost in one way or another, either by changing nameserver or that the name server has just "forget them" "during this update. You would need to check what the MX records should be, check if the domains return the MX record on nslookup or via mxtoolbox.com and, if not, enter the records on the naemservers. Post your answer if you have questions about it.

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DNS hijacking worries me when I am connected to a DNS server with an IPv6 address.

Is there a website that is testing the IPv6 DNS server I'm using?

By "IPv6 DNS server", I am not talking about IPv4 DNS servers that resolve IPv6 addresses, but DNS servers that accept connections to an IPv6 address.

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Direct Admin and DNS clustering

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How does the DNS system work? (A custom registration, causing a reliable redirection?)

Hello,

my domain is using hosts 1's name servers, i can not change my domain name servers now, but i can change this provider. 1 DNS A records to designate a new IP hosting provider. I wonder if I can use this record IP address change to reliably redirect my visitors to a new hosting provider?

When I set here a different hosting provider IP address 2 – the IP address that is shown in the hosting account as a shared IP address for my account of hosting on the provider 2 / or the IP address indicated as IP address on which my other domain is hosted hosting account at the provider 2 … this "redirection" will it work ?

Here, I write it in different terms on how the DNS system can work (I need your opinion, if you do not have the time, general answers to the previous questions are also welcome):

1. The site visitor requests the IP address where domain.com is hosted. It asks the DNS servers defined in its network interface configuration or in its router (if it has DHCP). Then, these servers discover (from the domain registry?) Or from other DNS servers that the IPs belonging to a name server used by the domain (nameserver of the hosting provider 1)
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2. The visitor now directly connects the IP addresses which can be a dedicated DNS server or a hosting server itself – managed by the hosting provider 1
->
3. The DNS system on the Hosting Provider 1 server checks the DNS zone file of my domain.com and finds that the A records for the domain.com and * .domain.com points to an external IP address (supplier 2).
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4. Provider 1 tells my web browser that he must use this new IP address to reconnect to this new IP address and even that the domain is not pointing to this IP address (uses name servers and IP addresses of the provider 1) that it serves me a website.
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Do I need a DNS clustering?

I want to move cpanel accounts to another server without requiring clients to change name servers.
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man in the middle – is apt-get secure against DNS spoofing?

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Take the case of an attacker performing an interference attack with an apt-get command. If the attacker has caused the poisoning of a DNS cache and redirected the downloads to a server that he controls, especially since the downloads are requested via HTTP only, can not the attacker force the system to download a compromised version of the Release and Packages files and then push the compromised versions of the packages to the system? Would not it seem then ok for apt-get who could then install a compromised package?

Can the attacker not mirror an official repository, compromise some of the packages, only the firefox or tor packages, modify the Release and Packages file accordingly with the new checksums / hashes, then redirect via DNS by spoofing the system to download them?

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Use quotation marks to divide the recording into 2 or more parts, each not exceeding 255 characters.

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Code:

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"ovLlGvg+hhqIPqwLNI97VSRedE60eS+CwcShamHTMOXalq2pOUw7anuenQIDAQAB")

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Is the DNS A record for root mandatory?

Hello.

The question seems to be simple, but it's not …

For all domains, is registration A for root (@) mandatory, or is it possible to omit it?

That is, can I create a zone like:

www.mondomaine.com A 111.111.111.111
mail.maidomain.com MX mailserver.ext

without specifying the root record:

mydomain.com A 111.111.111.111

????

According to RFC1033:

Adding a host.

To add a new host to your zone files:

Edit the appropriate zone file for the domain in which the host is located.

Add an entry for each address of the host.

Add possibly CNAME, HINFO, WKS and MX records.

Add the inverted IN-ADDR entry for each host address in
zone files appropriate for each network of the host.

which is ambiguous (it does not make it clear that registration for root is mandatory, but it may be the case …)

I could not find any RFCs referring to the correct use of www …

An idea of ​​ant?
An opinion?

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