Nameservers control where your domain name points when visitors access it. When you register a domain name, we automatically set it to our "parked" nameservers, which just display a temporary page. However, you likely purchased a domain name so you could create a Web Property, and you might need to change your nameservers to connect the site property to your domain.
Which nameservers you'll need to use depends on where your domain is registered and where your Web Property is hosted. For example, if your domain name is registered or hosted with GriotSites, use the GriotSites information; if it's registered with or hosted by another company, following that Company's instructions on changing nameservers.
After updating your nameservers, allow 4 to 8 hours for other networks to access information for .com and .net domain names, and allow 24 to 48 hours for other networks to access information for all other domain extensions.
You Can Use Our Standard DNS Configuration Outlined In Set Nameservers For Domains Hosted & Registered With Us.
If your domain name is registered with us, use the following instructions to update its nameservers depending how you use or host the domain name. How to Set Nameservers for a Domain Name Registered with Us
• Log in to your GriotSites.com account. • Next to Domains, click Manage. • Which procedure you'll use depends on the number of domains in your account: 6 DOMAINS OR FEWER
• Select the domain name you want to use, click the Web Property's link that leads you to the "Domain Details" page. • Once on the "domain details" page, click the Settings tab. • Under Nameservers, click "manage". • Under Setup type, select "custom". • In the nameservers' section, enter GriotSites Nameservers: (must enter both)
• Click the domain names you want to use. • Under Nameservers, click Manage. • Under Setup type, select Standard. • Click Save.
We automatically select the right standard nameservers based on how you're using your domain.
After updating your nameservers, allow 4 to 8 hours for other networks to access information for .com and .net domain names, and allow 24 to 48 hours for other networks to access information for all other domain extensions. If you have difficulty, contact our 24/7 technical support team for assistance.