Custom Domain

Nagesh
over 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
over 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
about 1 year agoNovember 8, 2016
Hi!, my domain provider does not accept the name "@" for one of the DNS,...any alternative name for that? Thanks.
Anonymous
about 1 year 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
about 1 year agoNovember 20, 2016
How do you do this from GoDaddy? What do you make the nameserver settings?
Greggy
about 1 year 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
9 months agoMay 5, 2017
How do you do this from GoDaddy?
Brent
8 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
8 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
3 months agoOctober 19, 2017
00:51:83
The video says to use an ampersand.   ...but that's an 'at' symbol.
Peter
about 2 months agoNovember 30, 2017
If i want to use same ip adress for 2 nameservers i get this:

If you want to specify your own nameservers, you should at least specify two nameservers.

Any help on this
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