Excuse me for my ignorance on this one. But my name server IP's will be changing because of a server move. So when I go into my BulkRegister account to change the name servers, I only have the option of putting in the authoritative name and not IP address. Since the authoritative name is not changing, how do I change only the IP addresses?
Every registrar should enable you to "register a DNS server IP" with root server. Look for a small link, sometimes under obscure name that will take you to this page. Perhaps ask their customer support?
For example EV1 domains have this little link at the bottom of the DNS servers page with the notation: If you want to create or modify a nameserver which is based on mydomain.com click here.
I know both GoDaddy and EV1 Domains let you do that fairly easily, so if your current registrar does not allow it switch your business elsewhere.
As I understand that you one of the name server's IP address is changing without the nameserver name been changed. In that case there should not be any problem as only the IP address has changed you will have to make sure that the name server is pointing to the new IP itself.
Unless you have a Reseller account with personalized Nameservers and/or custom IPs, there is nothing you need to do.
As the Nameservers themselves are staying the same it is up to the person who owns those Nameservers to make any changes. If it is yourself that owns the Nameservers then your Registrar will have a seperate section; probably called DNS or something similar, which is where you would make the changes.
Also, if you did not enter the IP addresses before for your Nameservers, you do not have to now. And if you did enter the IPs addresses before then it would be in same place as before -- if the Registrar is the same that is.
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