Topic: Something regarding nameservers.

Straight to the point.

Since VIP members and SVIP members can open tickets with YH, does YH set up private nameservers for them? I seem to not be able to manually do it myself. I contacted my registrar and they said that "setting up nameservers if your root domain is pointed to a different nameserver is not possible".

Re: Something regarding nameservers.

What is your domain register?

Re: Something regarding nameservers.

It's 1&1.

Re: Something regarding nameservers.

YouHosting can't do this since this needs to be done at your registrar's control panel. Besides, setting up private nameservers is something a web hosting provider should know already.

What you probably need to do is change the NS records in your master domain's DNS Zone Editor to your own domain, then retry it from 1&1's panel (give it a few hours to proagate though).

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Re: Something regarding nameservers.

Is this what you're telling me to do?: [ http://prntscr.com/5v6esr ]

Re: Something regarding nameservers.

Change the records with the type NS, not type A.

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7 (edited by Lewis 2015-01-21 12:14:29)

Re: Something regarding nameservers.

I can't. When I delete the records and try to add them in again (same details except I'm putting them in NS), I get this error:

content must be FQDN

Re: Something regarding nameservers.

Any solutions to that error?

9 (edited by XP 2015-02-02 06:57:59)

Re: Something regarding nameservers.

You need to register private nameservers at your registrar's side (1&1), not pointing A records.

I think this is the guide: https://kb.iweb.com/entries/21788473-Cr … -1and1-com
(1&1 private nameservers registration quite complicated)

Upon completion, point your domain's nameservers to the ns that you registered. e.g. ns1.yourreseller.com, ns2.yourreseller.com, ns3.yourreseller.com, ns4.yourreseller.com.

UPDATE: This knowledge base article should also be helpful for you. http://www.youhosting.com/en/kb/how-do- … ameservers