Thursday, April 9, 2009

How to re-register the nameservers from!

In computing, a name server (also called nameserver or DNS server) consists of a program or computer server that implements a name-service protocol. It will normally map (i.e. connect) a human-recognisable identifier of a host (for example, the domain name '') to its computer-recognisable identifier (such as the Internet Protocol (IP) address, and vice versa.

We can re-register the nameservers to a different ip's , if we need so. Here are the simple steps to re-register the nameservers from

1)login to

2)click on 'my domains'

3)select your domain name

4)unlock the domain by clicking the lock symbol.

5)then clilck on your domain name

6)navigate to host summary and click on 'edit'

7)insert your new ip assigned for the nameserver,save. you can edit the second nameserver to update the ip.

The 'whois' record will be changed to the new nameserver assigned. You can 'host' to the nameservers to check whether the ip's are updated.

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