Hoster uses Plesk to manage hosting. I would like to use Google Apps on the site, but I can’t register the DNS in the DNS splash editor.
Everything is written as described in the settings of Google. More than a week has passed.
But when opening the registered subdomains, a message pops out saying that this domain does not exist.
What could be the problem? In the crooked hands of me or the hoster? Or is this a splash limitation that does not allow DNS to work with external resources?
$ nslookup calendar.catusaar.de ns1.reselldns.de
Address: 220.127.116.11 # 53
$ nslookup calendar.catusaar.de ns2.reselldns.de
Address: 18.104.22.168 # 53
You are trying to edit the DNS records on ns.catusaar.de (all 3 NS have different IP), which is not responsible for your zone in any way (more precisely, the registrar does not know about this).
nslookup calendar.catusaar.de ns.catusaar.de
Address: 22.214.171.124 # 53
calendar.catusaar.de canonical name = ghs.google.com.
Kick the hoster - they are wise.
And with this business everything is great - I use it for the 3rd year :)
for example 10
Moreover, such priorities are recommended by Google itself. - bronwen