Querying SOA record For example, you can use the nslookup command in Windows to access record SOA, while under Linux the host command. Example of a Windows-based nslookup query: nslookup -q=SOA dotroll.com Server: google-public-dns-a.google.com Address: 126.96.36.199 Non-authoritative answer: dotroll.com primary name server = ns1.dotroll.com responsible mail addr = hostmaster.dotroll.com serial = 2018071701 refresh = 86400 (1 day) retry = 7200 (2 hours) expire = 604800 […]
The problem explanation: This means the nameservers not synchronized currently. Solution of this problem: If the different cause the secondary name server don’t download the zone, then fix the configuration. A couple of possible point: firewall rules allow-transfer option Setup the correctt IP address If the excursion causes the refresh late, ask the provider to synchronize the zone manually.