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I've owned a domain Siera.xyz and went to a domain provider and changed the DNS to point to Azure records.
Coming back to azure and setup the domain siera.xyz to point to the local web VM but when I nslookup and browse the URL siera.xyz it didn't point to Azure IP or DNS, how to solve that issue, or how to transfer the domain
The following photo will describe the method I want to use:
How Do I enforce SSH to access via Public IP Address to reach application subnet vm?
Can you run:
nslookup -type=SOA siera.xyz
Does it shows Azure ns servers?
*** rdns.dynect.net can't find siera.store: Server failed
that was replay,
Sorry I changed the Domain for some privacy
If you receive an error that means that your DNS is not setup correctly.
You can try something like:
nslookup -type=SOA azure.com
to see what the response should look like.
You can use following documentation to setup your DNS:
Hope this helps.
@SieraLight As mentioned above, it seems like your setup is not right which is why you are getting this error. Please also refer this document that talks about the Server Failure error i.e.,
Server failure - The DNS name server found an internal inconsistency in its database and could not return a valid answer.
Please check your setup and make sure its configured according to this document here. If you need any further assistance regarding this, please do let us know and we will be glad to assist further. Thank you!
I had applied all the steps mentioned in the article how can I troubleshoot the issue of the domain?
@SieraLight Can you confirm if you also have a CNAME record that sends Sierra.xyz to your VM FQDN?
Please also provide screenshots of your record and record sets to further troubleshoot the issue. Thank you!
Where I can find this record? on Azure Portal DNS zone or domain register ?
@SieraLight You will find it in Azure Portal.
If you have set up an A record for the domain, make sure that the VM IP is static i.e., otherwise make sure you have a CNAME record pointed to the DNS suffix of the VM.
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Thank you I noticed that I have set the IP address of DNS Azure to another region that I was deallocated.
The steps are:
Thanks for providing the steps. Glad you got it working! Please let us know if you need any further assistance. Thank you!
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