Hello Brian, Thanks for last reply :) I'd like to track domain requests on both NS, just to see if queries still arrive on both DNS servers. An idea about a tool ? I've seen rec_control can do it, except there's not enough documentation on it, have you already installed it?
Thank you in advance Seddik Le mer. 4 sept. 2019 à 12:14, seddik alaoui ismaili < seddikalaouiisma...@gmail.com> a écrit : > Many thanks brian > > Regards > SAI > > Le mer. 4 sept. 2019 à 12:02, Brian Candler <b.cand...@pobox.com> a > écrit : > >> On 04/09/2019 10:50, seddik alaoui ismaili wrote: >> >> If we disable the MOMO.COM on DNS serveur firstly, there will be an >> impact for the other domains we will migrate after ? >> >> First, you create MOMO.COM on route53, with identical zone contents. >> >> Then you change the registrar to point to route53's nameservers. >> >> Then you wait for at least 48 hours. At this point, no queries for *. >> MOMO.COM (including NS1.MOMO.COM/NS2.MOMO.COM) should be arriving at >> your nameservers. >> >> Then you could delete MOMO.COM from our own nameservers if you wish - or >> you can just leave it there, it doesn't matter. >> >> At this point, any other domains which use NS1/2.MOMO.COM will still be >> working as before. They will still be delegated to NS1/2.MOMO.COM. DNS >> lookups to resolve NS1/2.MOMO.COM to A/AAAA records will still work - >> those lookups will be querying route53's nameservers. But the actual >> queries for those other domains will still arrive at NS1/2.MOMO.COM >> >> The important thing is: when you create the MOMO.COM domain on route53, >> don't change the contents. Most importantly, leave NS1/2.MOMO.COM >> pointing to your existing powerDNS servers - since your other domains >> depend on being able to resolve NS1/2.MOMO.COM. >> >
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