I have tried to find the nameserver of SG Linux economy plan for hours, to link with my external domain name. I already looked at these articles:
but still no luck, the above articles ended up with looping. I am wondering how could I get the nameserver in the end?
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I have a domain registered with a different company but I am hosting it on Godaddy's Asia servers. How do I get the nameserver details so that I can point my domain to my site on Godaddy,
Please don't send me the link to a bunch of "help" documents on Godaddy which are not helpful AT ALL. My account is with Cpanel. Why can't you guys just list the nameserver names without wasting your customers' time by making them read documents which don't answer the question?
To be clear: I want the nameserver details. Just list them.
I am NOT interested in a link to how to get the nameserver details.
Because nameservers are related to the DNS of your domain - and is account-specific - we do not provide that information in a public forum. You're welcome to call or chat with our customer support and they can provide the nameserver information that you need, following account validation.
Hey Prem, Thanks for being apart of the godaddy community!
I understand you might have resolved the DNS issue you were having before. Just as a heads up, anytime that you host a new domain name, you should see a new zone file inside of your DNS management console, even if the domain name isn't with godaddy. Simply scroll to the bottom of the "manage DNS" portion of that zone file and you will see you nameservers, in the future.
Thanks for hanging out,