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What are your name servers ?

After you signup you will be receiving the DNS info of the server where your account is created by email in few hours.



Domains registered through www.registrars.com

Please choose appropriate nameservers and replace the nameservers below with the ones mentioned in your welcome email:

Go to: https://www.networksolutions.com/en_US/manage-it/index.jhtml
Enter your Username (the email address the domain was registered with) and Password.
Click on the Access button.
A list of your domains should be displayed. Click on the domain name you want to update.
The DNS Information screen should be displayed. If not, click on Modify DNS Info.
In the 1 field, enter: NS.REM-GRAPHICS.NET
In the 2 field, enter: NS5.REM-GRAPHICS.NET
Click on the Update button.
You should receive a confirmation email shortly.



Domains registered through www.networksolutions.com
Please choose appropriate nameservers as mentioned in your welcome email and replace the nameservers below with the ones mentioned in your welcome email:

Go to: https://www.networksolutions.com/en_US/manage-it/index.jhtml Enter the Email Address of the Administration Contact of the domain name.
Enter the Domain Name and that the Modify Existing Domain Name Registration radio button is selected.
Click on the Proceed button.
Scroll down to the Name Server Information.
In the Primary Server Hostname, enter: NS.REM-GRAPHICS.NET
In the Primary Server Netaddress, enter:  69.72.228.75
In the Secondary Server Hostname, enter: NS5.REM-GRAPHICS.NET
In the Secondary Server Netaddress, enter: 209.51.133.74
Scroll down and Click on the SUBMIT THIS FORM FOR PROCESSING button.
You should receive a confirmation email that must be replied to to complete processing.


Domains registered through www.register.com

Please choose appropriate nameservers as mentioned in your welcome email and replace the nameservers below with the ones mentioned in your welcome email:

Go to: http://www.register.com
Click on Manage My Domain link along left side
Enter your User Name.
Enter your Password.
Enter the Domain Name to modify.
Click on the Login button.
Click on the Domain Name Servers (DNS) link.
In the first field, enter: NS1.REM-GRAPHICS.NET
In the second field, enter: NS5.REM-GRAPHICS.NET
Select the email address that the confirmation email should be sent to.
Click on the Yes button.
The - Modify DNS - confirmation screen is displayed.
Click on the Yes button.
You should receive a confirmation email that has a confirmation URL you must visit to complete processing.
Click on the confirmation URL in the confirmation email.
Click on the Yes button.
 

What is DNS propagation?

DNS propagation is the process by which the computers on the Internet update their records to reflect new Domain Names and site names. Once your Domain Name has been propagated throughout the Internet, your Domain Name can be accessed. The process can take from 24-72 hours.
The Domain Name System is a global network of servers that translate host names into IP addresses. Most DNS servers are UNIX machines running BIND (Berkely Internet Name Domain) software; other platforms and software are available. The software is composed of two elements: the name server and a resolver. The name server responds to browser requests by supplying name-to-address conversions. This information is cached (saved for a predefined period of time). When/if it doesn’t know the answer, the resolver will ask another name server for the information. It continues to look up the ‘tree’ of name servers until it finds a name server that knows the answer. Occasionally browsers can timeout waiting for this process even when the propagation has taken place.

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