Re: trivial question about webserver

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Hi Jim, 

I have tried to make this working but it never worked.
My ISP has changed to NKN ( and now they gave me the new IP's.
I have registered with following.
If could suggest how to make this in proper working condition.

With Best Regards

On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 9:57 AM, Jim Albert <jim@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 2/9/2012 11:16 PM, Dr. Sunil M. Dogra wrote:
A trivial question.I would like to make webpage on my own, I have been
struggling on this for long time. My ISP has changed the IP's given to
us and now I want proper registration of my domain name.

My ISP has given set of IP's range
IPs: to qqq.aa.zzz.x75
One of my IP is used a  Gateway qqq.aa.zzz.x61
DNS: 202.kkk.hhh.yyy

Now kindly suggest what are the things I should register with my registrar.

With Best Regards

I'm assuming you had a working web site and the IP address change has caused you a problem. If so, then you likely need to have the DNS entry for your domain/web server changed. You'll need to contact the organization that handles DNS for you and that may be the company through which you have registered your domain. You'll need to give them domains/hosts you want changed in DNS and the new IP addresses.

The DNS address given to you by your ISP would be irrelevant in this matter. That would be a DNS resolver that you can use for resolving domains to IP addresses.

Jim Albert

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