GreenGeeks NameServers (DNS)?

The following are the GreenGeeks nameserver (DNS) settings:

Your domain name's DNS settings can be changed at the registrar where you bough it from. They should offer a control panel where you can modify your domain's name servers. The option is commonly referred to as "custom name servers" or something similar.

Godaddy Nameservers

Above is an image of how to change Godaddy name servers.

Use the first two name servers in the above list if your name server settings only have two fields (main and secondary name servers). Not that the name servers use Anycast technology which routes DNS traffic to the closest name server, to reduce any latency.

There is sometimes a field for an IP address when changing name server records. If that's the case with your registrar, the name servers' IP addresses are listed below.


If you have trouble updating the name servers for your domain, contact the registrar or hosting firm where you bought the domain and ask that they do the name server updates for you.

Check out our reseller web hosting article if you wish to use your own custom name servers.

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