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My Domain is

I have changed DNS Records in

1st Nameserver : 2nd Nameserver : Server IP : Now, is pointing to domain ip address i.e.

What should i do now? Can any one help me?

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closed as off topic by Randolph West, Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007, slhck, Journeyman Geek, Kaze Jul 13 '12 at 18:18

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I'm not clear on what you're asking. You've pointed via the control panel to point to nameservers and ? But is pointing at instead of as it should? Am I getting that right? – killermist Jun 22 '12 at 2:01

Wait. If you are simply using GoDaddy to redirect your registered domain, you simply need to point the A records for your site to your server's IP address (assuming your server's ports are open and redirecting properly within your network). You may want to make multiple A records point to the same address as well (for example, www or letmein) so that those subdomains will be redirected. Otherwise, it simply takes time for the DNS records to propogate throughout the internet.

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Also, as a side note, it should only take a few hours for your domain name to propogate. Some web hosts will allow you to "resubmit" DNS changes one time within a 24-hour period. If the changes haven't taken effect by then, you may want to resubmit the changes necessary to your domain host. I've had to do that on one occassion. – brenton Jun 21 '12 at 17:38

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