I'm having great fun trying to work out where our domain is registered so
they can change some settings. The domain is informed-direct.co.uk. I've
checked WHOIS etc and I *think* it's registered with BT but they deny all
>> Domain Name:
>> InforMed Direct plc
>> Registrant's Address:
>> InforMed Direct plc
>> Kemutec House
>> Tytherington Business Park
>> SK10 2ND
>> Registrant's Agent:
>> Net Searchers Intl Ltd T/A BT Openworld Connect to Business t/a British
>> Telecom [Tag = BTNAMES]
>> URL: http://corporate.register.com/nominet/
>> Relevant Dates:
>> Registered on: 09-Feb-2000
>> Renewal Date: 09-Feb-2004
>> Last updated: 08-Jan-2003
>> Name servers listed in order:
>> ns1.vi.net 126.96.36.199
>> ns2.vi.net 188.8.131.52
>> WHOIS database last updated at 13:00:02 17-Jun-2003
>> (c) Nominet UK
>> Nominet reserves the right to withhold access to this service at any time.
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> It looks like it's registered thru REGISTER.COM. See below:
> >> Registrant's Agent:
> >> Net Searchers Intl Ltd T/A BT Openworld Connect to Business t/a British
> >> Telecom [Tag = BTNAMES]
> >> URL: http://corporate.register.com/nominet/
> help (or at least direct) you?
"If you registered your name with BT please click here or phone 0845
607 1942 for the BT Helpdesk."
K ... its been a while since I've messed around with registering stuff
for DNS. I recently registered a .info DNS domain. I tried changing
the NS records for my domain (at alldomains.com) but I can't cause my
name server isn't "registered" in the NSI database.
So, I registered myself and got a nichandle. Then I tried to
registered my DNS server. Didn't work. I got back an answer from NSI
Line 1b has been left blank or contains invalid or incorrect
information. On this line, enter the fully qualified name of the host.
An example of a fully qualified host name is NS.VSADVNS1.COM
This field is required if you leave line 1a blank.
I tried to registered a machine which does exist physically (has a
static IP) but I tried registering it within the domain I registered.
For example, ns.mynewdomain.info and the IP was my static IP.
Can someone explain to me what I have to do to "register" this host so
that it is in the NSI database which will allow me to change to NS
records to point to my machine.
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