I have both my domain and Deluxe Linux Hosting with cPanel with godaddy but I don't know the nameserver. I check it on web hosting section. once I click on manage it will send me to cPanle page. Godaddy even didn't send me name server details on my mail.
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No, not quite. A Whois search will show your current name servers! NOT your previous servers. If what you see you think are your previous servers, then you haven't changed them as thought!!
This is one reason I ask for someone's domain name, to run a simple check.
You did say that both your hosting and domain name were with godaddy. So then, default servers would be used and you wouldn't need to be asking this question. As a simple check on Whois or DNS settings would confirm.
What is your domain name? I can check for you if you like. Or a chat with support will assist you.
so why not just explain to us, how to find them. This is the only host I have ever had where they are making it harder to point a domain to this host.
WHERE IS THE NAME SERVER FOR MY HOSTING PACKAGE - I NEED THESE TO POINT MY DOMAIN TO ITS HOST!!!??
I had to figure this out myself after moving my hosting from another provider to GoDaddy.
This is the article I found helpful:
If GoDaddy is registering your domain as well as hosting your site, you never actually have to know the names of the nameservers GoDaddy might use, you don't plug in the actual names. You just have to change the Nameservers setting to "Default".
cPanel > DNS Manager > (Select the domain if you have more than one)
Then in the Nameservers section, click "Change". Then instead of "Custom" (where your old nameservers are set up) choose "Default". GoDaddy will auto-populate the nameservers it will use.
Many thanks Pipercollins. !
And to Godaddy, you should take some random people off the street, and let them try to register a domain name, and set up hosting.
You will learn a lot of your **bleep**ty interface.