Registrar requires a dns
Thread poster: Irina Dicovsky

Irina Dicovsky  Identity Verified
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Sep 28, 2006

How do I get my DNS required by my registrar in order to activate my domain? (I'm really not very sure if the question makes sense or not...no idea how to say this in English, Spanish, or Portuguese.
Will appreciate any help!

[Edited at 2006-09-28 23:15]


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Luisa Ramos, CT  Identity Verified
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Yo creo que es tu IP Sep 29, 2006

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_name_system

Pero yo tampoco sé mucho de esto así que, a menos que aparezca uno de los magos de Proz, lo mejor sería leer al respecto.


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Alicia Casal  Identity Verified
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DNS Sep 29, 2006

El Domain Name System (DNS) es una base de datos distribuida y jerárquica que almacena información asociada a nombres de dominio en redes como Internet.

El Protocolo de Internet (IP, de sus siglas en inglés Internet Protocol) es un protocolo no orientado a conexión usado tanto por el origen como por el destino para la comunicación de datos a través de una red de paquetes conmutados.


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Irina Dicovsky  Identity Verified
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NIC pide DNS Sep 29, 2006

Hola Luisa,
Gracias, el Min. de Relaciones Exteriores, a través del depto NIC pide el DNS. No hice nada sino leer, leer y leer más ayer, pero no llegué a ninguna conclusión. Aprendí otras cuantas cosas por el camino, ya q encontré otras cosas que también necesitaba.
Son útiles realmente estos foros!!!
Gracias por el "hint"! Muy interesante el vínculo de wikipedia.
Irina


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Irina Dicovsky  Identity Verified
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gracias Sep 29, 2006

Alicia Casal wrote:

El Domain Name System (DNS) es una base de datos distribuida y jerárquica que almacena información asociada a nombres de dominio en redes como Internet.




Gracias Alicia, no aparecía tu msj, vaya a saber por qué...
Sin embargo, no entiendo aún qué datos pasarle al NIC.
TAmpoco entiendo como este posting fue a parar en SPA y POR forums...pero ya sería offtopic, no importa!



[Edited at 2006-09-29 09:21]


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Magda Dziadosz  Identity Verified
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Domain Name Servers Sep 29, 2006

Hi Irina,
Your question makes perfect sense your registrar needs to know Domain Name Servers address at your hosting account. If your account is hosted by ProZ.com you will find all information in Hosting Howtos http://www.proz.com/howto/forum/79 including DNS (Domain Name Servers) used:
http://www.proz.com/howto/229 look for Name Servers configuration.

If you have hosting elsewhere - ask them for DNS addresses.

HTH,
Magda


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Magda Dziadosz  Identity Verified
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and... please remember that English is a working language on this forum Sep 29, 2006

you can move this discussion to Spanish forum if you wish.

A number of people subscribe to this forum and they prefer to receive notifications only in languages they can understand.

Thank you.

Magda


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Irina Dicovsky  Identity Verified
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No need to, Magda! And thx! Sep 29, 2006

Now I'm starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel! You're answer was precisely what I needed, as were useful the other answers in order to (vaguely) understand what a DNS is...

I posted the question in English, and thought it was in an English speaking forum. Then, a while later when I couldn't find the posting and searched the string, for some strange reason it said Spanish and Portuguese forums...So, when I got the answer in Spanish, I went along and answered. Thx for calling my attention.

Much obliged,
Irina


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Luisa Ramos, CT  Identity Verified
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I apologize Sep 29, 2006

Magda Dziadosz wrote:

you can move this discussion to Spanish forum if you wish.

A number of people subscribe to this forum and they prefer to receive notifications only in languages they can understand.

Thank you.

Magda


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I was surprised when I opened an email from Proz calling my attention to Rule 4, English as working language. I was so convinced I had not violated any rule. I apologize. I am sure the same thing happens to a lot of translators, we are so used to switch back and forth between languages that sometimes we do not realize that we are on autopilot.


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