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NS Records Update

Digital Ocean is pretty new to me.

Our domain www.stallionsilver.com is hosted on Digital Ocean and the domain is parked elsewhere.

We are struggling with updating our NS Records ns1.serverrang.com

Can you help? The domain is not working


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Hi,

I can still see 403 on your website.Is that problem solved?If not,here are my suggestions.

Many get NS records and Name Server into one definition.However in this case,they are not.If you want to manage your domain name DNS on serverrang.com,you should go to that site.

If you want to make any changes in DigitalOcean DNS deployed,you have to change the nameservers of stallionsilver.com to ns1.digitalocean.com, ns2.digitalocean.com and ns3.digitalocean.com.Please don’t do that in DigitalOcean panel.Login to Namecheap and see this article https://www.namecheap.com/support/knowledgebase/article.aspx/767/10/how-to-change-dns-for-a-domain/ After your change,it may take less than 48 hours to take effect.Then,add custom DNS records like A,CNAME or MX in DigitalOcean DNS.

Though NS records are significant,the Name Server you can see in your domain name’s WHOIS are decisive.

Furthermore,it may has something to do with your webhosting,you can consult its support team.

Kind regards, Shiroka

Hi there,

You have two options:

  • You could go to your domain provider (which in your case is Namecheap as far as I can see) and change your Nameservers there and set them to the DigitalOcean ones. That way you will be able to manage your DNS records directly via your DigitalOcean control panel. Before doing that, you need to make sure that you have added your domain name to your DigitalOcean account. You can find the DigitalOcean nameservers here:

https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/networking/dns/

  • If you prefer to keep your Nameservers set to ns1.serverrang.com and ns2.serverrang.com, you would need to go to your DNS zone at serverrang.com and add your DNS records there

Let me know if you have any questions.

Regards, Bobby