Creating Private Nameservers for your domains

In order to be able to use custom nameservers for your domain names, you'd first of all need to register child Nameservers for the domains. To register a child nameserver for domain names registered through Darrel Technologies:

  1. Log in to the Webservices Portal
  2. Go to Domains -> My Domains
  3. Locate the domain you wish to modify and click on "Manage Domain" ( )
  4. Click "Private Nameservers" in the side bar on the left
  5. Enter the nameserver prefix (e.g. ns1) in the "DNS Host Name" field, and the IP address of your server in the "DNS Host IP" field.

Note: you'd need to perform the above steps for each private/custom nameserver you want to add.
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