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[Need Help] Godaddy (hosting) nameservers and IP list?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by pasenseoso, Sep 14, 2012.

  1. pasenseoso

    pasenseoso Power Member

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    Hi BHW,

    I am working on a government site.. we migrated from one cheap host to godaddy just today. But the problem is, godaddy is only giving us nameservers but has not given us the IP's.

    In our .gov name registrar, they require us to fillup 2 nameservers (which godaddy has provided) but no IP's. Here is a sample of the sameservers they gave.

    ns01.domaincontrol.com
    ns02.domaincontrol.com

    Does anyone here has an experience working with a government site? btw, yes godaddy has provided an A record but only 1 IP provided.

    Need help badly...
     
  2. Seo Lover

    Seo Lover Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You have to buy some SEO hosting that will be better

    Find some C-Class IP hosting , they will give you as much ips as you want
     
  3. gordongekko

    gordongekko Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    pasenseoso -

    your situation depends on the hosting meaning if you are on godaddy's shared hosting then you'll need to use their nameservers. otherwise if you put in your own ips on their shared hosting and then they switched ips your DNS record would be out of date.
    if you are on godaddy's vps hosting then you have the option to create custom nameservers and specify the unique IP addresses for the hosts i.e if you site is www.example.com then you could make custom nameservers like ns1.example.com and ns2.example.com. you, not godaddy, would have to supply the IPs for the custom nameservers.
     
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  4. Derrick H

    Derrick H Registered Member

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    Yeah like others have said above you need to contact an SEO hosting company and get some IPs. For example our hosting company you can get IPs and create custom name servers even with shared hosting or shared IPs.

    Good luck with your search
     
  5. johnnyfu829

    johnnyfu829 Newbie

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    you can get the IP from godaddy hosting control panel
     
  6. noermanto

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    ns01.domaincontrol.com -> 216.69.185.1
    ns02.domaincontrol.com -> 208.109.255.1