How do I change the name servers for "cyrcleproductions.com" to point to a new host. also need more info about "name servers" or "dns management". There seems to be a link to yahoo web services, and the type of link to full web site hosting is not what I want for the site I'm developing. my contact with yahoo web services was for domain registry only, need help and response asap.
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HI cyrcle, You may redirect your name servers to a new host by changing the program code in your already existing server. you could do that only after renting a new server. That is called forward web addressing. http://www.xnynz.com/ provides you all those type of services at mean costs.
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Assuming your email is at yourcompany.com, you will want to check with the network administrator internal to your company or the company that maintains your email service.
There are many ways your email can be hosted, depending on who is the designated contact for your domain name. If you are not sure, go to www.godaddy.com, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on a link called WHOIS and enter your domain name: yourcompany.com. The results will most likely show you the contact information of someone or a company that manages your domain name. (it may be godaddy.com or it may be someone else altogether)
That is the place to start. The person or the company that hosts your domain name will also have access to the DNS information pointing to your email services. It may be that company, or it may be another, but the Domain Name Servers for the mail server will direct you to the servers where your email is hosted.
Your goal is to find a person with authority to manage your email addresses at yourcompany.com
This is quite a simple process you can either use a domain name that you
have already registered OR create a new domain name for $10 (£8) using
the google apps powered by www.godaddy.com
THE BLOGGER WIZARD:
If you wish to go with the default option that is provided with the
blogger wizard it will create your domain on the godaddy hosting servers
you can still access and edit your weblog through your blogger
dashboard this is also where you setup the new domain name in the
First you will need to check the availability of your chosen host name
on DNS you only use one of these the top-level servers
In this case I wish to change my weblog hostname now held at www.blogger.com which is www.fixyatipsandtricks.weblog.com to
my desired URL I also own www.windowstipsclub.co.uk
jump to the setup webforwarding heading of this tip for help on how to
You need to either buy the domain name @ godaddy.com first OR use
the easiest option and have the blogger dashboard create it for you in
the settings publishing tab. Where you need to check the name
availability on the DNS servers
All you need to do is attach a method or payment to your google account
and follow the wizard until you see following page that will tell you
that your blog is ready!
NOTE: that you can switch back
to blogspot.com at any time which will still be free see the link at the
top of this screendump. It also tells you that web-forwarding will also
be set up for you and users who search using the old blogspot URL will
be automatically directed to the new domain name.
Its is an annual renewal contract that can be set to automatically
charge your credit card that you have attached to google and is linked
into your google account that you will already have linked to blogger
click this image to manage this.
REMEMBER : this is not the same as
just changing you weblog name on the blogger servers check this google
where your links will be lost.You will in effect be hosting your weblog
on the godaddy server and all your previous links will be automatically
NOTE: it may
take upto 3 days for the link to propagate through the internet domain
name servers (DNS)
as shown below
Web forwarding is a way for your domain to be pointed to another web
address or page. You can choose to have your domain name remain in the
address bar, which is called “framed web forwarding". Alternatively, you
can choose to display the new address, which is known as “non-framed
For Example if you own www.windowstipsclub.co.uk
and also www.windowstipsclub.com
and they are registered at different hosting websites then you can set
up web-forwarding on the first server to point to the domain where the
full website is.
Many companies do this that register the same website name on all the
domains if you also own www.windowstipsclub.net
this can also be setup to forward to your dot COM of the same name it
is a good idea however to host all the addresses at the same host you
may get discounts
You can access this on your weblog through the settings + publishing
tab and select either the google apps OR your own custom domain name
you will have to logon to the company that you used and change some of
the DNS settings to do this correctly.
SETTING UP A
Basically this is an alias name for your website his helps when running
multiple services (like an FTP and a
webserver; each running on different ports) from a single IP address
this is the number that your ISP will give you and is unique for all
Each service that you will run can then have its own entry in DNS
Check out these two support links for help on how to do this first
look at this youtube tutorial that shows how to add the IP address for
the new servcie and CNAME that you want to add to your existing IP
a range of hosting website instructions visit this blogger help page it
gives specifics for 5 of the most popular companies.
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Hi mate, you might want to change your DNS server to google DNS or openDNS. They both are fast, responsive and robust. Do you know how to do it?
1. Open you web router management
2. Under Network > WAN tab, make sure you enable this option and change the primary and secondary DNS server to the ones below, they are google DNS. Save it and reboot. Hope this helps
DNs (Domain Name System)
DNS is used for resolving mapping between IP addreses and host names.
Means when you quary for yahoo.com computer only recognize bits and bytes format so but dnd resolves this isssue when it got yahoo.com quary it send request to ip addreses of yahoo.com.
If you change dns ip to that then all quary goes to tht dnd server if it has info for your quary then it forwards to there other wise you get page not found.
Your first step in setting up DNS for your domain is create some A records, or host records, that point to servers that you are hosting resources (like a website). So, for example, let's say you are hosting a website on a server with IP 188.8.131.52. You'll create an A record for 'www' (without the quotes) to point to 184.108.40.206. This way, when someone goes to www.buy2sale.co.in, they'll be sent to your web server.
Is there a running Domain Controller present? If so DNS info is often stored in Active Directory (A.D. Inegrated DNS Zone). If this is the case you can just connect a server to the network, join the domian (verify DNS settings in TCI/IP config is pointing to Domain Controller) and then installm DNS from Add/Remove windows components. Zone data should replicate from AD to new DNS server, to verify open DNS console and look for resource records relevent to the domain.
First of all, how is your network configured? Are you behind a router? What's it's IP adress, does it act as a DHCP server?
If so try to set up a new network connection and put everything to automatic.. When the routers acts as a DHCP server it will give the PlayStation 3 an IP adress. DNS however is something else. DNS is a system that allows you to browse by a website or hosts name. For example: it allows you to type www.google.com in your browser instead of it's IP.
DNS is essential for Internet. Your router should be your DNS server and your router itself also needs to know a DNS server, this would be the server from your ISP. All these settings are automatically configured via DHCP.