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Whos hosting my NS records for site?

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I am trying to setup google apps on of my secondary domains and its asking me to upload a html file or change a record. I have no idea who is hosting my NS records, how do I find out?
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by:uescomp
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you can use this: http://www.whois.net/, just type in your domain and it will tell you who is hosting your records.
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by:moegeek
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I did that earlier just the NS names that come up don't give me enough info to find out who it is. I need to be able to change a record so I can use google apps.

Here's a copy and paste of the whois info, please let me know if you have any other tips. Thanks

Domain Name: ORCACAPITALPARTNERS.COM
   Registrar: GODADDY.COM, INC.
   Whois Server: whois.godaddy.com
   Referral URL: http://registrar.godaddy.com
   Name Server: NS1.LNHI.NET
   Name Server: NS2.LNHI.NET
   Status: clientDeleteProhibited
   Status: clientRenewProhibited
   Status: clientTransferProhibited
   Status: clientUpdateProhibited
   Updated Date: 08-jun-2010
   Creation Date: 30-sep-2007
   Expiration Date: 30-sep-2017
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You should be able to log into your account on GoDaddy (I'm assuming you have access to it if it's your domain) and update the information. Google Apps usually asks what your provider is and if you specify GoDaddy it should give you instructions unique to them. the upload option is there if you don't have access to the domain, it'll let you simply upload or alter information of an HTML file on the site. Then it checks to make sure it can see your changes.
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by:moegeek
ID: 33516144
Thanks, I'll try this in a bit and report back.
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by:kagenokaze
ID: 33516497
http://www.hosting.com/support/dedicated/dns/setdns/

Those seem to fit with hosting.com
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by:moegeek
ID: 33517600
Thanks for your support and speedy responses
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