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Topic # 66172 13-Aug-2010 21:30
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I've got a .co.nz domain so thus I don't want it registered with goddaddy, is with a kiw registrar.

But I want it to be hosted on goddady. I've already got a deluxe hosting plan, with a .com website registered with goddady already running on that hosting plan.

How can I add this .co.nz to it? (I should be able to have multiple domain names as I've got the duluxe.

I need to update the master and slave on the kiwi registrar for these:
Name Server & IP Address.

What should they be? And what changes do I need to make afterwards in the goddady control panel?

Thanks!


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  Reply # 367379 13-Aug-2010 21:34
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Who is your .co.nz registered with?

You should be able to login and chance the DNS (name server and IP address) to point to the godaddy hosting.



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  Reply # 367384 13-Aug-2010 21:45
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it is with domainz (about to expire too later this year, what is your opinion of them?).

I can login and make changes, but I don't know what to change the Name Server & IP Address to?

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  Reply # 367391 13-Aug-2010 22:10
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http://help.godaddy.com/article/664

They list what name servers you need to point your domain to on that website.


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  Reply # 367429 14-Aug-2010 01:07
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MissJafa: it is with domainz (about to expire too later this year, what is your opinion of them?).


Ridiculously expensive when compared to other offerings in the market.

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  Reply # 367454 14-Aug-2010 08:43
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If you really want to keep your .nz registration with a kiwi company, I suggest you find a cheaper option. Domainz is really expensive. I personally use iServe for our .nz domains.





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  Reply # 367463 14-Aug-2010 09:21
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nate:
MissJafa: it is with domainz (about to expire too later this year, what is your opinion of them?).



Ridiculously expensive when compared to other offerings in the market.


 

Unbelievable, I looked at these guys just now and they have a 5 year special on, save 42%, it still makes their domains $35.20 a year!!

OP: I use http://www.domains4less.co.nz/ never had a problem with them.  I also used to use http://www.discountdomains.co.nz/ but changed  because the latter was more expensive!!  You dont have to wait until your domain expires to move it.  You can move it now and pay the yearly fee to have that added on to your current time left registered.  Moving domains a piece of cake!



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  Reply # 367494 14-Aug-2010 11:00
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yeah, it wasn't my choice to go with domainz! I'll look into the others mentioned here :)



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  Reply # 367718 15-Aug-2010 04:14
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boby55: http://help.godaddy.com/article/664

They list what name servers you need to point your domain to on that website.



It doesn't state what IP address to use (which domainz needs), only the name servers

So I'm still clueless here as what to do :s

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  Reply # 368221 16-Aug-2010 15:07
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MissJafa:
boby55: http://help.godaddy.com/article/664

They list what name servers you need to point your domain to on that website.



It doesn't state what IP address to use (which domainz needs), only the name servers

So I'm still clueless here as what to do :s


ns01.domaincontrol.com, IP: 216.69.185.1
ns02.domaincontrol.com, IP: 208.109.255.1

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