General Nameservers Updating Information Print

  • hosting, transfer, buzzr builder, domain transfer, buzzr builder full, buzzr builder lite, domains
  • 0

How to update the nameservers at third-party registrars

**we provide complimentary full support on this process. If you want us to handle it please submit a support ticket.

When your domain is hosted at a third-party registrar, you need to update the nameservers so your website and e-mail can work correctly at Hosting. This article provides specific resources for domains hosted at common registrars like GoDaddy and Namecheap, and also covers general steps for updating nameserver settings.


Until you update the nameservers for your domain, visitors cannot view the site hosted on your Hosting account. However, all you need to do is log in to your domain’s registrar and update the nameserver (NS) records to point to hosting.


After you update the nameserver settings for your domain, it can take up to 24 hours for the DNS changes to take full effect.


No matter which registrar hosts your domain, the general steps to update a domain’s nameservers are always the same:


Log in to your account at your domain’s registrar.

Find where the domain configuration options are located.


Update the Nameserver 1 record for the domain to This enables your domain to use hosting primary nameserver.


Update the Nameserver 2 record for the domain to


This enables your domain to use hosting secondary nameserver.

Save the updates.


If you need assistance, our support team is here for you. Just open a ticket on the 


Most registrars provide documentation about how to change the nameservers for a domain you have registered with them. Here is information for some of the most popular registrars:

GoDaddy: Please visit

Namecheap: Please visit

Google: Please visit

Network Solutions: Please visit

Ionos: Please visit

General steps for updating nameservers

Was this answer helpful?

« Back

Powered by WHMCompleteSolution