I'm having some troubles.
I'm trying to make it so that client accounts can be created on either main2.go-techo.com, or main1.go-techo.com, and in the future main3.go-techo.com.
main1.go-techo.com: 220.127.116.11 main2.go-techo.com: 18.104.22.168
(I'm aware I'm giving away alot of information)
Both servers are running Virtualmin. I have domain tagner.com setup to nameservers ns1.linode.com and ns2.linode.com and linode redirecting all requests to main1.go-techo.com. (As godaddy refuses to let me set the nameserver to main1.go-techo.com)
Now, when I create virtualhost tagner.com on main2.go-techo.com I get the option to create slave DNS zone, and create DNS zone. Both are checked by default.
Should I be setting it to create a DNS zone, or a slave DNS zone? When I set it as a master zone, its created, but tagner.com still gets the default virtualhost at main1.go-techo.com. When I set it as a slave, it throws an error about needing to set a master IP in the default template.
To setup the servers I followed the instructions as best as I could here: http://www.virtualmin.com/documentation/dns/slave-configuration However, I could not figure where and what to set for the Master Server IP address (Because, as I understand it, main1 would be a lsave, and main2 and main3 would be masters?)
END RESULT HOPE: To be able to set nameservers to main1.go-techo.com and ns1.go-techo.com (ns1.go-techo.com is a redirect to main1.go-techo.com), and have it work no matter if the client is on main1, main2, or main3.