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    Creating new Public DNS Server

    I work for a company who host DNS for some clients, At present it was just a single server so no failover to anywhere if for what ever reason the DNS Server went down.

    I've built a second server and setup all domains as secondary's and they replicate fine from the first.

    is there anything special I need to do or can i just add ns2.domain.co.uk to the whois records with Nominet?

    Toby

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    Yep, just add the second nameserver address to the domain registrar entry.



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