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How to Register Nameserver IP's in eNom


Registering your IP's as Nameservers for Reseller & Dedicated Server Accounts.

eNom - http://enom.com

1. Go to www.eNom.com

2. Click on "my enom"

3. Login

4. Click on "Domain Names"

5. Click on "Register DNS"

6. Enter NS1.YOURDOMAIN.COM in the "NameServer" Box

7. Enter the IP Address given for NS1 in the "IP Address" Box

8. Click "submit"

Repeat steps 1-8 for NS2



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What do you have to fill as DNS server for you nameserver?
if you register yourdomain.com for nameserver what is the DNS server for yourdomain.com do you have to leave it black or piont i to itself ns1.yourdomain.com

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You would point it to yourself, ie the nameservers that you just registetred, usually ns1,yourdomain.com & ns2.yourdomains.com

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Hi, I just figured that I'd add this to this post...

EV1Servers - http://www.ev1servers.com

1. Go to https://domains.ev1servers.net/cgi-bin/manage.cgi

2. Login

3. Click "Name Servers"

4. Scroll down to the bottom of the page, click "If you want to create or modify a nameserver which is based on YOURDOMAIN.COM click here."

5. Scroll down to "Create Name Server"

6. Enter NS1 in the "Server Hostname" Box which is followed by YOURDOMAIN.COM

7. Enter the IP Address given for NS1 in the "Server IP Address" Box

8. Click "Create Name Server"

Repeat steps 5-8 for NS2

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Great info. Thanks

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Okay, this is useful, however, one thing I notice about Namecheap is the lack of being able to make custom nameserver prefixes.

i.e. CUTENAME.SOME-NAME.COM
BADNAME.SOME-NAME.COM

It's just the standard, plain vanilla "dns1". Or, am I missing something?

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might be possible to ask them, i wanted custom prefixes too, just not bothered to ask them hehe :p

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i have problem with enom

ERROR: Errors modifying nameservers: nRRPResponseCode 541

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Originally Posted by WebserverN01 View Post
i have problem with enom

ERROR: Errors modifying nameservers: nRRPResponseCode 541
Did u try contacting enom???, they will take care of it.. contact them!

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On most domain registrars custom nameservers are as simple as "create prefixes, specify IP and press create". Most registrars have the same procedure but with slight variation.

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bikster, you are right

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How to Register Nameserver IP's in eNom

Okay, this is useful.Great info. Thanks

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Good stuff, most of the registrars allow you create you own name servers and some i think don't allow. You can also do this on you web hosting account on you control panel too. But is easy for you do this at domain registrars and they give clear steps and you need not worry much about technical details. :-)

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I have registered almost all my domain names at godaddy,do you have any solutions to register nameserver ip's at godaddy?Thanks in advance

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This is very useful tutorial. I think eNom is the best website for registering nameserver IPs

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