SingleHop DNS NameServers
SingleHop DNS Servers Q&A
HostIndex.com User Feedback from David in Miami: What is SingleHop's DNS? Our company would like to order a dedicated server from BlueHost in the near future but for now we want to park and transfer our domain and need the SingleHop Domain Name Server (DNS) to host my domain name prior to our dedicated hosting purchase.
Our Answer: SingleHop DNS NameServers are easy. On your domain registrar you will have a space for DNS - domain name servers - which identify where your website will be hosted at or transfered to. It will likely have the domain registrar as the default DNS information, so you will need to change that and enter the SingleHop DNS information there instead. We recommend you read the transfer domain document that likely is provided by your domain name registrar in order to find out where you can change the DNS information. You will probably need to use your domain registrar's online control panel to input the Single Hop DNS service information. Consult the review sheet or guide your registrar offers if you need help with this procedure. The SingleHop DNS Servers have two lines, two DNS numbers, you will need to input. The following information must be entered in order to get your domain name to properly resolve to the SingleHop DNS Name Servers. Failure to enter this information exactly, will result in a failure to resolve to the SingleHop DNS. Copy and paste exactly.
The first SingleHop.com DNS input is called the primary name server, the second DNS data is called the secondary DNS numbers name server.
If you want to buy a SingleHop dedicated server, be sure to click here for discount pricing. If you need the IP addresses associated with the Single Hop DNS system, they are as follows:
You can always check on the progress of your SingleHop DNS propagation, by doing a ping with your Start menu: Run button to test the propagation status of your domain name and see whether it still resolves to your old host DNS or to your new assigned IP at SingleHop. Thank you for your question.