Zpanel and dns inCentOS

  • Posted September 9, 2013
     Hello, i installed zpanel on my droplet everything is working fine but not the dns management from zpanel !
     My domain is configured to use digitalocean's nameservers , i can access and but if i configure an a record or any other record (as example A record: in the zpanel's dns management it won't work.

     If i change the nameservers for my domain to and (ns1 & ns2 pointing to the same ip) i can access but not (i registered  ns1 & ns2 to the registrar)

  How can i manage my dns just only with zpanel's dns management without using digital ocean's dns management anymore?
   Do i really need two different ip's ?

Sorry for my bad english


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@Kamal Nasser: <br>i did all of thing but i can’t it…

@musfiq1991: Check out the articles Pablo linked above.

hey , pcristian06 can you help ? i have same problem … do u add your domain in droplet or not . ? and how to manage your domain in zpanel. i use digital ocean ns1 and ns2 point my domain ns1 and ns2 . but i can’t live . when i add domain in zpanel and create dns records … what i do in A RECORDS . Its sure to change ns1 and ns2 …plz help <br>

I believe he’s talking about DNS propagation.

<b>“… it takes time to register an A record…”</b> <br> <br>What do you mean?

Problem solved , now it’s working as a charm… The only issue is that it takes time to register an A record , but i can live with this. Thank you so much

I realize you installed zPanel on CentOS, but scroll down to the <b>How To Configure Domain Names with ZPanel</b> section of <a href=“”>How To Install and Configure ZPanel on an Ubuntu 12.04 VPS</a>. <br> <br>You may also want to peruse <a href=“”>How To Create Vanity or Branded Nameservers with DigitalOcean Cloud Servers</a>.