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I've just apply a domain name from bulkregister and I want to setup a name server to handle the DNS for the domain.

However, when I change the name server of the domain name, it only accept the host name of the name server and IP address is not allowed.

Since our name server doesn't have the DNS record from outside DNS server, how can I map the domain name for the name server?

Please help.

Thanks in advance.
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You need to register your nameservers through the BulkRegister interface before you can assign them to your domain.

-Pascal
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