Originally posted by infinityws
I may have no choice but to transfer the domain elsewhere and suffer that 7 or so days.
I don't think that's possible with a .ws. Once you've registered it with one registrar, you're stuck.
Maybe changing IP's of registered namesevers isn't possible either.
You can register a .ws and pay too much for it, but that really is all that IS possible within the .ws TLD
Does the .ws registry have glue records for your nameservers in their root servers? Maybe you don't really need to change those IP-addresses.
Changing IP addresses for nameservers should never be an issue, no matter how many domains use those namservers. However if you are trying to delete a nameserver, and start fresh, you will have issues doing so, if ANY domain is still pointing to those nameservers. This means a hosted domain, or not. Even if site:
is no longer hosted by you, but still points to your nameservers, you cannot delete the nameserver in my experience. This means that if someone decides to continuously renew a domain name that they like, and never modify their DNS, you cannot delete the nameserver.
That is what I have found anyway.
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