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Modifying the Nameservers through other registrars

Below you will find links to for specific registrars on how to update name servers on their systems. Please note these are links to their sites to insure the most accurate information on their process. If you need assistance, please contact the registrar directly.

Please change your name servers to the correct HostMonster name servers.

  • ns1.hostmonster.com
  • 162.88.60.31
  • ns2.hostmonster.com
  • 162.88.61.31
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