Updating dns information
We suggest waiting up to 24 hours for the DNS cache to be fully refreshed. When the DNS refreshes according to its TTL, the propagation is complete and your site will load.You can always check where your domain is pointing by the following domain routing tool.If you registered your domain name with In Motion Hosting, you do not need to change anything as it is already pointed here.However, if you have registered the domain name with another registrar you will need to update the nameservers with that company.Nameservers for domains that are managed by us can be changed through the Account Management panel.For more information on updating your nameservers for your In Motion Hosting domain, please see the article on How to change your Domain Nameservers in AMP.Should you need any further assistance with any of the above options please contact your Domain's Registration Service Provider as a first resource for domain related technical support, we can assist as a backup reference.You might want to update the DNS records if, for example, you have installed a mail server at your premises and want this to handle the e-mail for your company instead of Zen's mail server.
However, we’ve provided them in the event you can only use IP addresses.
If you require assistance updating the Nameservers that your domain is currently using we ask that you please contact your Domain Registration provider as a first resource for technical support.
Once you have located the correct area to update your domain's nameserver records you will want to use the following information.
You will need to login to your Domain Registration Provider's website to update the nameservers your domain is using.
Most domains are hosted with Go Daddy, Network Solutions, Yahoo/Melbourne IT, Tucows/Open SRS, 1&1, Bluehost, etc., or a reseller of one of the previously listed providers.