Pointing your domain's nameservers to Arch

To get your domain working on Arch's servers, you'll have to point your domain's nameservers to Arch's servers. Our nameservers are provided on the news column (left sidebar) of your cPanel account and is also provided in your Account Information e-mail you've received.

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Changing your domain's name servers to ours is completely dependant on your domain registrar's control panel. Below are links on changing your domain's name servers, according to your domain registrar.

Namecheap - How can I change the nameservers for my domain?

GoDaddy - Change nameservers for your domain name

Network Solutions - Move DNS to a new server

If you need additional support with pointing your domain's nameservers to Arch, you can open a support ticket and we'll help you out.

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