This article provides information about how to set up a domain's name server settings to work with GPM Servers's servers.
WHEN TO SET YOUR DOMAIN'S NAME SERVERS
If you already own a domain that you purchased from a different registrar or hosting company, you can change the name server (DNS) settings for the domain so they point to GPM Servers's servers. (Billing and domain administration remain with the domain's current registrar.)
SETTING YOUR DOMAIN'S NAME SERVERS
When you change a domain's name server settings, you must specify at a minimum a primary name server and a secondary name server. This ensures that there is at least one alternate server available to provide DNS information about your site if one of the servers is unavailable.
The correct name servers for your domain depend on the type of account you have, and which GPM server hosts your account. You can view the name server information for your account on the GPM Servers Customer Portal at https://my.gpmservers.com. Nameservers and their IP addresses are listed in the Product Details of each product.
Almost all domain registrars provide a control panel where you can manage a domain's name server settings. If you are unable to make these changes, contact the domain's registrar and ask them how to change your domain's name server or DNS settings.
For more information about DNS, please visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_Name_System.