We don't provide precreated nameservers like traditional hosts because we consider them to be a footprint. With our service you can use following nameservers:

Private nameservers

In order to use private nameservers you will need to register them with your registrar. Once you have created your nameservers, you must assign them to your domain, again at your domain's registrar. If you want to access your domain's DNS zone, click on "Actions" > "Edit DNS Zone". There you can add or update all DNS records.

Below you can find tutorials about how to create nameservers with most popular registrars:

https://uk.godaddy.com/help/add-my-own-host-names-as-nameservers-12320
https://www.namecheap.com/support/knowledgebase/article.aspx/768/10/how-do-i-register-personal-nameservers-for-my-domain/
https://www.name.com/support/articles/205934457-Registering-custom-nameservers
https://directnic.com/knowledge/article/35:how+do+i+create+nameservers+for+my+domain+name%3F
http://www.networksolutions.com/support/create-a-new-name-server/
https://www.enom.com/kb/kb/kb_0307_modify-delete-nameservers.htm

Registrar nameservers

Using registrar nameservers is usually is the easiest way to go. All you need to do is to set up an A record which points to the IP address you ordered and CNAME record for "www" which points to your root domain.

Below you can find tutorials by most popular registrars:

https://uk.godaddy.com/help/add-an-a-record-19238
https://www.namecheap.com/support/knowledgebase/article.aspx/319/2237/how-can-i-set-up-an-a-address-record-for-my-domain/
https://www.name.com/support/articles/115004893508-Adding-an-A-record
https://directnic.com/knowledge/article/164:where+do+i+create+an+a%2Fmx%2Ftxt%2Fsrv+record%3F
http://www.networksolutions.com/support/a-records-ip-addresses-2/
https://www.enom.com/kb/kb/kb_0002_change-host-records.htm

DNS services

Setting up a DNS service works exactly like with registrar nameservers. All you need to do is to set up an A record which points to the IP address you ordered and CNAME record for "www" which points to your root domain.