Solved: My hoster has a menu which allows me to change this, which is different from the one that is (I think) AXFR related.
I have a domain ending in .org, for which I changed the primary NS a week ago. I just noticed that when asking one of the .org nameservers which nameservers are authoritative for my domain, it still lists the old one after a week.
I was under the impression that I would just need to change my domain’s zonefile, and everything would properly propagate, given some time.
Can anyone shed some light on this? Thank you!
Edit: Something that I should add: The old primary nameserver was still running and serving an old zonefile that listed itself as the primary. I switched it off half an hour ago, and I now rely on the secondary NS, which did not change and serves the proper zonefile. The scheme I run is that I have a primary NS, and the secondary NS is provided by my hoster, and transfers the data via AXFR. All I did to switch was put in the new primary NS IP into their Web-Interface for the domain, but in retrospective, this probably was not enough…
SOA record settings if they are of any relevance:
180722000 ; serial 172800 ; refresh (every 2 days) 900 ; retry (every 15 minutes) 1209600 ; expire (2 weeks) 1800 ; negative caching time (30 minutes)
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