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 DNS Server.. multiple IP's

My ISP gave me more than one IP address... I run a website on my linux
box.  My problem is that my webserver's (the linux box) IP keeps
hopping from one IP to the other (since I have 2 IP's)... and I have
my dns set up to work for only 1 ip at a time (see below):

@       IN      SOA (
                        200208076       ; serial, todays date + todays
serial #
                        8H              ; refresh, seconds
                        2H              ; retry, seconds
                        4W              ; expire, seconds
                        1D )            ; minimum, seconds
                TXT     "The Sparticus Arena"

localhost       A  A
www                     A

I'm not sure if it's set up right... but it knows my websites ip is (not my real IP.. for exampel only)... How can I change
this so that either Ip address I have both point to the same place?
(my linux box)?  Do I have to run 2 different dns'?

I hope this make some sense... thanx for any help you can give

-Ryan Ritten

 Fri, 04 Nov 2005 05:29:18 GMT   
 DNS Server.. multiple IP's
No ideas? :(

 Sat, 05 Nov 2005 20:46:26 GMT   
 DNS Server.. multiple IP's

What exactly are you trying to do?  I don't understand the reference to

ken k

 Sat, 05 Nov 2005 23:49:27 GMT   
 DNS Server.. multiple IP's

Try adding an other A type record with your domain name pointing to
the other IP address (say  A  A
www                     A

hope it works !


 Sun, 06 Nov 2005 03:42:07 GMT   
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