Editing (DNS) Servers in GoDaddy

Editing (DNS) Servers in GoDaddy

If you have a hosting account with us and need to change your Domain Servers at GoDaddy, in order to point your website to our servers please do the following:

To Set Nameservers for a Domain Name Registered with GoDaddy.com:

  1. Log in to your Account Manager. (Will open in new window)
  2. Next to Domains, click Launch.
  3. Select the domain name(s) you want to modify. (The one being hosted with us)
  4. From  (Nameservers), select Set Nameservers.

    1. From the options provided pick the following:

      I have specific nameservers for my domains -
      ( Enter the following DNS Servers:)



  5. Skip the self-managed DNSSEC

  6. Click OK

Please Note: Domain Name Server changes may take 20 minutes or up to 24 - 36 hours to update throughout the Internet. We recommend establishing your account & emails via your cPanel BEFORE making the DNS change so you will not lose any email during the transition.

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