I'd have to think hard about this along with why and a lot of other questions.
But where you registered this should be asked all this.
I don't see anyone replying to your posts a day later. Maybe you need to reveal what you are doing. That is, NO ONE TODAY WILL DARE USE YOUR DNS. I hope you know why.
I registered domain say `abc.pl` at registrar say `registrar.pl`. Recently i've installed & configured bind server on my home computer to host `abc.pl` domain. Now as i understand i have to delegate my domain on my hitherto `registrar.com`. The registrar have a GUI panel with option "external DNS servers" where one can type new DNS servers.
I have some questions about the datails:
1.) Am i right that the registrar updates NS records at the upper domain registrar that is NASK in case of `pl` domains to point now to my home DNS server/servers?
2.) What does he do with the SOA record describing `abc.pl` domain? Am i right that it just updates the record in sth. like that:
The old version (before the delegation):
@ IN SOA ns1.registrar.pl. root.registrar.pl. (
@ IN NS ns1.registrar.pl.
@ IN NS ns2.registrar.pl.
ns1 IN A registrar_dns_1_ip
ns2 IN A registrar_dns_2_ip
The new (after the delegation):
@ IN SOA ns1.mylocal.pl. root.mylocal.pl. (
@ IN NS ns1.mylocal.pl.
@ IN NS ns2.mylocal.pl.
ns1 IN A mylocal_dns_1_ip
ns2 IN A mylocal_dns_2_ip
3.) If i'm right that it should set `AA` a `Authoritative Answer Flag` to `0` to indicate that from now it isn't an authoritative server for `abc.pl` domain?