NS Records

Point your domain to a server / host using nameservers.

NS records allow you to point a subdomain (including www) to another set of nameservers. NS records delegate the dns for a subdomain and all its subdomains to another set of dns servers. Those dns servers have full control of all dns records for that subdomain and its subdomains. Thus, you cannot add any additional dns records on our side (A/AAAA, MX, TXT, etc.) for a subdomain that is delegated to other nameservers (NS).

If you have any trouble using nameserver records to point the domain (your host may not support it), you'll want to try using the IP Address or CNAME instead.

Create a NS Record

  1. Login to your Control Panel at https://www.misk.com/cp/
  2. Click on your Domain Name
  3. Point the domain
    • For the main domain (i.e., www.example.com)
      1. Under Essentials in the top area, click Website
      2. Select Nameservers
      3. Enter the server's Nameservers
      4. Click Save Nameservers
    • For a subdomain (e.g., blog.example.com)
      1. Under Essentials in the top area, click DNS
      2. Click Add Record and select NS
      3. Enter the Subdomain you want (e.g., blog)
      4. Enter the server's Nameservers
      5. Click Add

Advanced Notes: When using NS records for the main domain (www.example.com), we automatically forward the root domain (example.com) to the www version (www.example.com) since NS records cannot be used on the root domain (example.com).

How Long will the Change Take?

DNS changes are made immediately and in realtime across our nameservers. However, due to dns record caching by internet service providers, it may take a few hours for everyone to see the changes.

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