How to zahostit redelivery domain on Yandex?


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Have a domain, no control zones, respectively, to confirm ownership of the domain is not possible:
— upload file to hosting
to make a CNAME record
— to change your contact email

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According to the text You do NOT own the domain. :)
Who is the Registrar? What is the area?
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is not possible:
to make a CNAME record
— to change your contact email
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So it's not your domain. Delegate it already somewhere and make a CNAME. Something complicated?
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You need to delegate the domain name to some free/paid DNS hosting. For example, this: www.everydns.net.
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You bought a domain, then it parks at the Registrar using his name-servers (and while giving a joyful "I PURCHASED LOGGER %name%"). Normally the Registrar allows to use his nameservers associated. If the domain is bought say tonight, it is not instantly (well, I have a logger like this) it becomes yours, because "something" else is happening there (I don't know this). For example, I just bought a few domains that pass the day(or all weekend) as long as lasts the delegation of the domain, then I can either change the nameservers associated with your own, or modify the zone on the name server of the Registrar. Or because your domain has not yet (not fully processed the request) or not at all yours, and you do a malicious attacker :)
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If you and the Registrar and hoster is one and the same company (for example as the same GoDaddy), but they only allow you to change the NS server, but do not allow to change to their NS servers nothing, then there is really not much better company (well, really, I have not met). And I would recommend to change the hosting as a minimum and as a maximum — and even to do a domain transfer to another Registrar. It would have been the right plan. An effective plan for now is to use a free NS servers, like for example provides EveryDNS. But there is one thing. Because you need them and then it will be A record to make, citing some IP. And judging by the fact that you not allow your hoster, this is some kind of shared hosting without any hint of the unchanging IP. Because if your hosting something will bite or they will change something — the website of the company will cease to be available while you are all hands on EveryDNS will not change again. Decide.
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