Configuring SolidCP to use your own Name Servers

If you have a reseller account you may want to use your own name servers with your customer's domains instead of ours.

Once you log in to SolidCP (formally WebsitePanel), under hosting spaces click your reseller plan.

On the right-hand side under settings click "Name Servers".

You will now see the default name servers for your plan, these will typically be ours. Change the drop-down which reads "Use host Settings" to "Override Host Settings". You can now edit the name servers for your reseller plan.

You should enter at least two name servers here and delete any you don't need. Click save and now any new domains added to your plan or customer plans will use your name servers.

If you haven't already you should now set up your name servers in DNS and officially register them with your domain registrar.

 

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