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Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by bleach, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. bleach

    bleach Senior Member

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    hay today i bought reseller hosting
    but i dont know how to change name server from my hosting domain become my domain like ns.mydomain.com.
    Can someone help me?
    i have already search google and it told me to change host summary.
    After that what will i do with my whm?
    PLease master
     
  2. razorfish

    razorfish Registered Member

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    As far as I know In generla, you can change your name server from the control panel of the company that sold you the domain names (ex. 1and1.com etc)
     
  3. borntoleadinCPA

    borntoleadinCPA Regular Member

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    I believe you need to setup child name servers(if you don't find that option add an a record, if you dunno how Google it) in your domain control panel and point it to the IP address of the server where your reseller account is :)

    Hope it helps.
     
  4. wiredmom

    wiredmom Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Where is your domain registered?
     
  5. fun99

    fun99 Newbie

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    Your company should have helped you to setup name servers for you, all genuine companies provide complete support to set up name servers.
     
  6. nirose

    nirose Senior Member

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    if you own the domain then you should change the preference with your registrar.

    Search for "create nameservers [REGISTRAR NAME]" on google.