NS records specify the authoritative nameservers for the domain.


Important:  Changing NS records may cause your site to stop working.  There is generally no need to change NS records.


Entering a NS record


The first step is to delete the old NS records from the table above.


Then, enter two new nameservers records.  Be sure that the nameserver hostname is followed by a period, as in this example:


Be sure to put a period after the nameserver hostname in a NS record (ns1.newnameserver.com. and not ns1.newnameserver.com ).

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