DDNS not updating IP

Hi,
I am using DDNS service of Zoneedit. I am getting below response when I send a DDNS request to zoneedit.
<SUCCESS CODE="200" TEXT="mydomainname.dnsalias.net updated to *.*.*.*" ZONE="dnsalias.net">
Note: In above response, I have changed ip to **** and changed first part of my domain,

Even when i login to my zoneedit account, I can see that the same has been updated.
But actually my DNS gets resolved with old IP only, It doesn't update.

I have found similar ticket for the same, But it didn't help me as I am not sending so frequent request. (dynamic-dns-failure.621)

Kindly provide solution.
 
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Thanks for the quick response.
I don't find support ticket in my account.
Can you please post that response here? Or Can you please guide me how to get to the support ticket?

Thanks
 
Dear @sandy neal
That's what I am saying, I am not able find my support ticket in my account, Can you please post the response here?
I am still stuck, My DNS is still not getting resolved.
Kindly help
Thanks :)
 

sandy neal

Administrator
Staff member
first off .. you would not be able to use dyndns.org
as that is not your domain name... I believe,.,,

secondly:

for

dig @dns1.zoneedit.com a test4sophos.dnsalias.net

DiG 9.8.3-P1 @dns1.zoneedit.com a test4sophos.dnsalias.net
(1 server found)
global options: +cmd
Got answer:

QUESTION SECTION:
test4sophos.dnsalias.net. IN A

ANSWER SECTION:
test4sophos.dnsalias.net. 3600 IN A 10.146.15.52

we have the proper IP although it is your private IP...

the domain is delegated to:
Name Server: NS1.DYNDNS.ORG
Name Server: NS3.DYNDNS.ORG
Name Server: NS4.DYNDNS.ORG
Name Server: NS5.DYNDNS.ORG

and they have:

dig @ns1.dyndns.org a test4sophos.dnsalias.net

@ns1.dyndns.org a test4sophos.dnsalias.net
(1 server found)
global options: +cmd
Got answer:

QUESTION SECTION:
test4sophos.dnsalias.net. IN A

ANSWER SECTION:
test4sophos.dnsalias.net. 60 IN A 10.8.7.172

at the registrar the domain should be delegated to

dns1.zoneedit.com
dns2.zoneedit.com
dns3.zoneedit.com

but since you have the DYNDNS material here I am wondering what it is you are trying to do with zoneedit?

regards
sandy
 
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