Adding, modifying, and deleting glue records

The Use As Name Servers section of the domain information page allows you to add, modify, or delete your own nameservers.

Add a custom nameserver

  1. In the Domains section of the Reseller Control Panel, enter all or parts of the domain name that you want to search in the text field, and then click Search. You can use wildcard characters to represent part of the name.
  2. Click on the domain name to view details for that domain.
  3. In the Use As Name Servers section, click Edit.
  4. In the Nameserver Hostname field, enter a subdomain name for the nameserver, for example, ns1.
  5. In the IP Address fields, enter the IP address of the nameserver.
    Note: You can specify an IPv4 address, an IPv6 address, or both.
  6. Click the plus sign (+) in the Action column.
  7. To add another nameserver, repeat steps 4 to 6.

Modify a custom nameserver

  1. In the Domains section of the Reseller Control Panel, enter all or parts of the domain name that you want to search in the text field, and then click Search. You can use wildcard characters to represent part of the name.
  2. Click on the domain name to view details for that domain.
  3. In the Use As Name Servers section, click Edit.
  4. Beside the nameservers that you want to modify, click Edit.
  5. Make the required changes to the required fields, and then click Save.

Delete a custom nameserver

  1. In the Domains section of the Reseller Control Panel, enter all or parts of the domain name that you want to search in the text field, and then click Search. You can use wildcard characters to represent part of the name.
  2. Click on the domain name to view details for that domain.
  3. In the Use As Name Servers section, click Edit.
  4. Beside the nameserver that you want to delete, click the x.
    A confirmation dialog asks you to confirm that you want to delete the nameserver entry.
  5. Click OK to delete the nameserver.

Note: You cannot delete nameservers that are in use.

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4 Comments

  • Avatar
    Rick Romig

    This is the text from the email I received from my host:
    I have also checked mojoreisen.com, and found that it is still using the old nameservers. I will need you to login at your registrar's and update these to:
    ns1.nsresponse.com
    ns2.nsresponse.com

    How do I access the "Control Panel" mentioned above? All I know about this what my host's tech support has told me.

  • Avatar
    Steve Stap

    Hi Rick,
    I can understand your need to make the changes. As the end user your account details would be managed by your Domain Service Provider; I've sent their contact details to the email address you provided. Feel free to reply if there are any issues contacting them.

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    Macramen

    hi . i can not add nameserver in manage.opensrs.net as ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM
    its shows this when i try to save
    Unable to update nameservers: Nameserver [aspmx.l.google.com] doesn't exist at the registry
    i sent message to tucows but noone backt :((((( help please

  • Avatar
    Aaron Bailey

    Hello Macramen,

    I will reach out to you via email as I will need some more details to assist you with this issue. Please check your mailbox for messages from OpenSRS.

    Regards,

    Aaron

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