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CNAME in DNS does not work

Hi everybody,

I have a question to ask.

I have pointed my domain to a server using CNAME as shown.

 

CNAMEtravelwww.superstore.travel1 HourEdit
CNAMEwwwwww.superstore.travel1 Hour

 

But after more than 24 hours, it is still does not work.

Please help.

Thanks

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Rehtael
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What is your domain that you are trying to do this for?

This domain is apparently registered with:

 

Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.enom.com
Registrar URL: www.enom.com

Have you tried to transfer to GoDaddy?

 

Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://www.icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited

It means that I cannot transfer the domain because it belongs to somebody else?

How could Godaddy list the domain as available when I bought it?

 

Registration Expiration date: 2017-08-24

 
Registrant Contact Nokta Internet Technologies
 
 

That is the registered owner of the domain:

 

 

Registrant Organization: NOKTA INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES

 

However, the nameservers appear to be holding nameservers:

 

Name Server: BUY.INTERNETTRAFFIC.COM
Name Server: SELL.INTERNETTRAFFIC.COM

If you are the Nokta owner, then you will need to follow https://au.godaddy.com/help/find-my-godaddy-nameservers-12318 and update the nameservers for the domain accordingly.

 

Then whatever hosts and aliases you put against the domain should work.

According to WHOIS, the domain is registered by:

 

Registrant Organization: NOKTA INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES

However, the nameservers are currently:

Name Server: BUY.INTERNETTRAFFIC.COM
Name Server: SELL.INTERNETTRAFFIC.COM

If you follow https://au.godaddy.com/help/find-my-godaddy-nameservers-12318 and update your nameservers accordingly, it should work.