I moved our organizations long established site over to a dedicated server last week. Around an hour ago the site completely disappeared from the google index. When
In my google webmaster account I don't show any cache or pages indexed.
When I do a DNS check on it this comes up:
No NS A records at nameservers
WARNING: Your nameservers do not include any corresponding A records when asked for your NS records. They probably are not returning the A records when asked, which can prevent some other DNS servers from contacting your DNS servers. They should do this if they are authoritative for those A records (in BIND, you should not use 'minimal-responses yes;'). The problem record(s) are:
Nameserver #*$!.#*$!.xx.x did not provide any IPs Nameserver #*$!.#*$!.xx.x did not provide any IPs
Can this DNS issue have this effect? Does anyone have any advice on how to proceed? I am totally freaking out and don't know what to do. The site isn't in the supplemental or cache either.
I would appreciate any insight into this. Should I contact google through my webmaster account?
It is very strange. The site still shows its pagerank but no indexed, cached or sandboxed pages at all. Would pagerank still be displayed if it was completely banned? This site has been around for many years and has tons of original content, forums, research and more...