First, Reach out to your account representatives to receive a custom set of nameservers (discussed down below).
Log in to your domain registrar: The domain registrar is the company where you purchased your domain. Some common registrars include GoDaddy, Namecheap, or Google Domains. If you are unsure where your domain is registered, you can look it up using a service like WHOIS.
Go to your domain management section: Once logged in, look for the section where your domains are listed. This is often called "My Domains," "Domain Management," or something similar. Click on the domain you wish to point to the new nameservers.
Find the nameserver settings: There should be a section or settings related to "Nameservers," "DNS Settings," or "DNS Management." It's in this section that you'll be changing the nameservers for your domain.
Update the nameservers: You'll see your current nameservers listed, and options to change or edit them. Reach out to your account representatives to receive a custom set of nameservers.
Replace your current nameservers with custom set received.
Here is an example (DO NOT USE)
Save your changes: Make sure to save your changes before navigating away from this page. The save button might be labeled as "Apply Changes," "Save Settings," or something similar.
Wait for changes to propagate: Changes to nameservers can take anywhere from a few minutes to 48 hours to fully propagate across the internet. During this time, your website may be temporarily inaccessible.
Notify us of the changes: Once you've made the changes, please notify us so we can verify the new settings and finish setting up the SSL for secure https traffic. It should take us 3-5 days to complete setup.
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