Custom Domain

Nagesh
about 1 year agoSeptember 20, 2016
I don't want to tarnsfer my domain to your partner company. I want to use my custom domain.
jordy webb
about 1 year agoSeptember 22, 2016
00:35:02
You don't have to transfer it to Uniregistry. You can still set it up. You'll just need to change your DNS settings to have the A records that point to our IP address. Sorry for any confusion here.
Raúl
12 months agoNovember 8, 2016
Hi!, my domain provider does not accept the name "@" for one of the DNS,...any alternative name for that? Thanks.
Anonymous
12 months agoNovember 10, 2016
Hi, This does not work for someone without an account with Uniregistry. How do you do this without transferring or having an account?
Cheryl
11 months agoNovember 20, 2016
How do you do this from GoDaddy? What do you make the nameserver settings?
Greggy
10 months agoDecember 14, 2016
00:31:38
I have a domain in namecheap.com, how can I input your IP to namecheap? Namecheap asks nameservers not IP that you provide.
Cezar
6 months agoMay 5, 2017
How do you do this from GoDaddy?
Brent
5 months agoJune 1, 2017
For many/most providers you can just enter thegrid.io IP address and then in thegrid.io site page enter the URL, e.g. http://domain.com.  Then it seems to talk about 20-30 minutes before you stop getting 404 errors.  Also when in your page on thegrid.io there is a link upper right to bring up the page and it includes a no-cache command that works better than just trying to access the page by typing the URL yourself.
dnlzmn
5 months agoJune 1, 2017
I need 2 different nameserver to use my .at adress.
thegrid.io is no valid hostname there at easyname.com
Scott
4 days agoOctober 19, 2017
00:51:83
The video says to use an ampersand.   ...but that's an 'at' symbol.
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