Adding a NS to GoDaddy

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wjeffery

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I just recently bought lifteddesign.info domain from GoDaddy and I want to link it to my x10 account, so here's what I did:

-changed my domain to: lifteddesign.info on my x10 account page
-added ns1.x10hosting.com & ns2.x10hosting.com on my GoDaddy Total DNS Control page (as Host: @, Points to: ns1.x10ho......)

Yet it doesn't load my page, just the garbage GoDaddy page. Any ideas anyone?
 

garrettroyce

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It looks like it is correct to me, but the x10 server is down atm.
 

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There is also a "Set Nameservers" setting that has the following options:

-Parked nameservers (Park my domains here.)
-Hosting nameservers (Host my domains here.)
-Custom nameservers (I host my domains elsewhere.)

Which do you think I should set mine as?
 

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custom. I think the other two are for using godaddy hosting.
 

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Ok so I changed it to "Custom" and I was then prompted to enter the two name servers, which I did, so it now lists the name servers correctly. I have also doubled checked that I changed my domain correctly on my account page, its all good. But, my page still doesn't load. I'm on Chopin.x10, is the server still down?

EDIT: Do I need to park my domain through cPanel or something like that?

EDIT2: It looks like its working now, maybe it just needed a few to update.
 
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The dns takes a few hours to update usually. The servers that make up the internet cache the information for domains for a few hours. I'm glad it's working for you now :)
 
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