How do I change my DNS or Name Servers?

Step 1: Find Out the Name Servers for Your Hosting Account
The first step would be to find out which name servers you should use for your Black Cat Hosting hosting account. For information on name servers and where to find them, please read the article: 
What are name servers?

Step 2: Changing Name Servers
If you purchased your domain from Black Cat Hosting, then you can manage it online in the client area.

If you did NOT purchase your domain from us, we are not able to change the name servers because we don't control the domain. Please contact the place where you bought the domain and ask how to make the name server updates. Some registrars may call these nameservers or name-servers when you are looking for information for how to make this change (Most domain registrars have a tool so you can do this yourself.)

You will remove your registrar's current name servers and replace them with the Black Cat Hosting name servers from your welcome email.

Changing Name Servers at Black Cat Hosting
You can change the nameservers of your registered domain from client area itself. For that, you will need to log in to your client area.

  1. Once you logged in, click on Domains
  2. After that, click on Manage Button icon against your domain name for which you want to change the nameservers.
  3. Click on the Manage Nameservers menu, apply the nameservers which you want to set for your domain.
  4. Click on Change Nameservers to apply the changes.
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