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How to change nameservers from Truehost Cloud Client area

When you register a domain name from Truehost, the domain will be assigned Truehost nameservers by default.

The domain name settings (DNS) allows you to point your domain name to different provider e.g. web hosting server, email servers, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), DNS Management systems, Dedicated servers, Local host, etc.

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In this article, we are going to see how you can easily change your domain name servers from Truehost’s new Client area very easily.

Truehost Nameservers

The default nameservers are as follows:

ns1.cloudoon.com

ns2.cloudoon.com

ns3.cloudoon.com

Alternatively, you can use the nameservers below:

ns1.cloudoon.com

ns2.cloudoon.net

ns3.cloudoon.org

Whether you are using the first or second set, both will resolve to Truehost Shared Hosting.

How to Add Your Own Custom Nameservers in Truehost Client Area

In case you are hosting your domain elsewhere, then it is advisable that you change your nameservers to point to where you would like to be hosted. Here are the steps on how to achieve this from your Truehost Cloud Client area.

Step 1: Login to Your Truehost Account

Access the truehost login page.

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Step 2: From your Client Area, Access ‘My Domains’ under Domain Section

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Step 3: Click Manage Nameservers

Choose to Manage nameservers from the drop-down menu conveniently placed at the right of the active domain to which you would like to change the nameservers.

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Step 4: Add Custom Domain Names

Choose the option for custom nameservers and then add your custom nameservers in the fields provided.

Replace the Truehost Nameservers with your customer nameservers.

Make sure to save the changes by clicking the Change Nameservers button below.

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Congratulations!

You have changed your nameserver to a different provider.
Take note that the nameservers can take up to 24 hours to propagate.

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