> What do I need to register with Internic.
you need to give the Internic two IP addresses for two DNS servers that
are fully net connected 100% of the time, that's all really, and then you
have to setup those two DNS's on those two IP's to do the rest ...
You also have to move from ESAT, which is a form on www.internic.net to
submit a change request..
> Heres the config......
>> They would like to host the above + add hosts as
> needed at their leisure.
>> Will they need to register a host with internic
> every-time they add a new one ???
>> I know with new domains they will have to register the
> domain name with internic,, but surely not every host
>> My assumtion is that once the name servers are
> registered internic pass all traffic for
> xxx.company.com to ns.company.com.
>> I am aware that new zones will need to be added to the
> internic database.
>>> Sorry bout my intelligence on this one. I have wrote
> many dns servers for internal use, it's once it goes
> public on the internet I get slightly confused.
>>> Thanks in advance...
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