Recently I have changed registrars for my domain. My previous registrar allowed for subdomain Name Server entries. Specifically, the entries appeared as follows:
dh.mydomain.com NS ns1.dreamhost.com
dh.mydomain.com NS ns2.dreamhost.com
dh.mydomain.com NS ns3.dreamhost.com
My new registrar, however, does not allow Name Server entries for subdomains and only allows for the root domain, mydomain.com
After reading the forums, the only suggestion I can seem to find is to run the host command on the Dreamhost website, collect the IP and set up an A record. As the IP of the server is subject to change, it is recommended to keep an eye on it. This does not seem like an acceptable solution. My question is: Is a CNAME record the appropriate solution? And if so, what should the record point to?