Knowledgebase: dns-engine
Do I have to transfer my domain to Prolateral to use the Primary DNS?

Problem:

Do I have to transfer my domain to Prolateral to use the Primary DNS?

Solution:

No, you do not have to transfer your domain to Prolateral to use the Master DNS service.

To use the Master DNS services you need to update the nameserver information (also known as glue records) with your current domain registrar to use the Prolateral DNS name servers.

Please use the following records when updating the nameserver information.

ns1.dns-engine.com
ns2.dns-engine.com
ns3.dns-engine.com
ns4.dns-engine.com
ns5.dns-engine.com

Remember to also add the dns-engine.com name servers as NS records to your domain.

Once this information has been updated then the Prolateral DNS-Engine DNS servers will start answering domain name queries for your domain.

 

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