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One server will become our master server, while the second one will become our slave server.
If you haven’t done so already, please follow the previous tutorial, How To Install and Configure Power DNS with a Maria DB Backend on Ubuntu 14.04.
We will now be using one of these subdomains to point at our slave server. You will need to update the glue records with your provider accordingly. See the previous Power DNS tutorial for more information on configuring your DNS records.
You can follow just Steps 1-7 on your slave server, since we don’t need Poweradmin on the secondary server.
When you have two functional Power DNS servers, with at least one of them running Poweradmin, you can proceed to the next step.
We are now ready to configure our master Power DNS server.
In any case posting hostnames and other details (so we can actually see what's wrong) helps.
In this tutorial we will learn how to set up Power DNS in a master/slave configuration with automatic replication from the master DNS server to the slave.
Sep 30 localhost pdns: 1 domain for which we are master needs notifications Sep 30 localhost pdns: Queued notification of domain 'netly.io' to 184.108.40.206 Sep 30 localhost pdns: Queued notification of domain 'netly.io' to 220.127.116.11 Sep 30 localhost pdns: Received NOTIFY for from 18.104.22.168 but slave support is disabled in the configuration Sep 30 localhost pdns: Received unsuccessful notification report for 'netly.io' from 22.214.171.124, rcode: 4 Sep 30 localhost pdns: Removed from notification list: 'netly.io' to 126.96.36.199 Sep 30 localhost pdns: No master domains need notifications I understand it's notifying itself (188.8.131.52) because it is set as nameserver, and that those errors can be ignored.