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Name Server Reporting Two IP Address for the same C Name

I have a URL "cdn.mainone.net" that the C Record alternates between 45.40.134.27 (Godaddy) and 154.113.0.220 (My company).

 

However, we have a dns record for 154.113.0.220 but we do not have for 45.40.134.27.

 

Whenever it uses my company's IP address, the page opens, while on Godaddy IP Address it would not open.

 

Kindly assist with the source of 45.40.134.27.

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Super User III

Re: Name Server Reporting Two IP Address for the same C Name

If you can provide the domain and/or a screenshot of your DNS.

Super User III
Super User III

Re: Name Server Reporting Two IP Address for the same C Name

@it-team 

 

1) FYI - This is an A Record not a CNAME - Just for a point of information

2) I used DNSChecker.com and was seeing both IPs and then all reporting on your internal one. 

My question is when did you set up / change this A Record and is it possible that your just had propagation still going on??



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Re: Name Server Reporting Two IP Address for the same C Name

The A record has been existing in our DNS servers for a while and will have to propagate if it has just been added. The record was not changed on our end and everything was working fine till recently.
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Re: Name Server Reporting Two IP Address for the same C Name

@it-team 

 

It seems like you are running your own DNS - I don't know if you have a way to flush your DNS system, but it seems to be coming from the DNS server - I can't seem to do a full zone transfer - but it is the only thing I can think of.

 

I have seen where there are a separate set of zone files before for a subdomain - that's the only thing I can think of.

 



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