WestHost DNS NameServers
WestHost DNS Servers Q&A
Rashmi writes: I'm looking at setting up my website with WestHost. I will need to change my domain name over to the WestHost DNS. Can you help me with the information I need to do this?
WestHost DNS NameServers are easy but its not just a matter of inserting ns1.westhost.com - that's wont work. Just following these quick steps in our WestHost DNS guide and you will have your new website up and running at WestHost very soon. Be sure you visit here to find a WestHost web hosting package first. With your current domain registrar (e.g. Verio, Network Solutions, Dotster, etc) you will have a space for DNS - domain name servers - which identify where your website will be physically located. It will likely have the domain registrar as the default information, so you will need to change that and enter the WestHost DNS information in those input fields instead. Consult the review sheet or guide your registrar offers if you need help with this procedure. The WestHost DNS Servers have two lines you will need to enter. The following information must be entered in order to get your domain name to properly resolve to the WestHost DNS Name Servers. Failure to enter this DNS data exactly as the DNS information is presented will result in a failure to resolve to the WestHost DNS. So be sure to copy and paste exactly.
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