Editing (DNS) Servers in Network Solutions

Editing (DNS) Servers in Network Solutions

If you have ordered hosting from us and would like to leave your domain registration at Network Solutions, all you need to do then is change the domain name servers (DNS) for that domain to our name servers.

  1. Login to your Account Manager by clicking here. (New Page will Open)
  2. Within Account Manager, select My Domain Names.
  3. Select the domain name you want to change and select Manage.
  4. In the green box, select Change Where Domain Points.
  5. Select Domain Name Server (DNS).
  6. Under Specify Domain Name Servers section, type in


  7. Select Continue, then Apply Changes to accept changes.
  8. Please Note

    Domain Name Server changes may take 20 minutes to 24 - 36 hours to update throughout the Internet.

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