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Subdomain Delegation not working

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We have setup a subdomain test.xyz.com and assigned ns1.test.xyz.com and ns2.test.xyz.com as valid name servers authorative to test.xyz.com using domain delegation wizard.
Though i can see the correct entry in the windows DNS snapin but when i check using DNS stuff.com it seems the server does not forward the query to ns1.test.xyz.com rather resolves the name on its own

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Hi,
I think for your subdomain test.xyz.com you need to assign ns1.xyz.com and ns2.xyz.com as vaild authorative name servers for the domain xyz.com. Make the DNS entries onto ns1.xyz.com and ns2.xyz.com for your subdomain test.xyz.com.

Most sure that this will solve your problem

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Mahesh Pandilwar.

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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