Editing (DNS) Servers in Wild West Domains

Editing (DNS) Servers in Wild West Domains

To change your Domain Name Servers (DNS) at Wild West Domains, do the following:

  1.     Log in to your Wild West Account Manager.

  2.     In the "My Products" section, select Domain Manager.

  3.     Use the checkbox(es) to select the domain name(s) you want to modify.

  4.     Click Name servers.

  5.     Select: Custom Name servers and enter the following servers:


  6.     Click OK.

  7.     Click No Thanks to any special instrucions or offers and choose: Set Name servers.

Note: If a WHOIS search indicates that Wild West Domains is the registrar, the domain itself is most likely registered through one of their many resellers.

First you can visit visit the website or contact the reseller that you registered your domain with to change the nameservers. Since Wild West Domains offers resellers an API, reseller websites can vary dramatically; so it is difficult to give specific instructions that will work across all Wild West resellers.

The instrucions above might or might not work depending on who you purchased your domain from.

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