Changing to own domain nameservers

I need some help to create a specific name server so domain will just change to my domain name server instead of ns1, ns2, Also I am using the control panel Webuzo. So I wonder if I set it to I just need to add domain inside webuzo user panel instead?

I had refer to this:, but unable to get it to work.

What I had done are as follow:

DO DNS Manager: A @ [my droplet IP] A ns1 A ns2 A ns3 NS NS NS

Webuzo Nameservers Setting: Primary IP: [my droplet IP] Primary Domain: NS1: NS2:

Registar Control Panel: DNS:

I also change the GLUE Record to:

I then change the DNS for another domain which I have: DNS:

In Webuzo User Panel: Add domain:

I wonder if the above are all correct and are all the things that I need to setup. But when I key in the link of in browser, it still shows my registar page instead of the a page error or some page that I place into the server under folder.

Can anyone please guide me on this? Thanks in advanced.

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This question was answered by @mandarin:

I recently setup my own DNS using Digital Ocean Servers and my own domain name, it seems to be working. I have a few domains running that are using it.

One step I had to do that I didn’t see in any docs or forums was…

You have to let you domain name registrar know that you have name servers on that domain name and give them the IPs for the name servers. Then you have to wait for those to update.

You can see the comment here.