DNS (nameservers) to point your domain to

Once you have purchased website hosting here, you can connect your domain to the website hosting by changing the domain's DNS (nameservers) from your domain account (separate account).

The DNS (nameservers) to point to are:

  • ns1.supercp.com
  • ns2.supercp.com
  • ns3.supercp.com
  • ns4.supercp.com

For more details and options on pointing your domain to the website hosting (including set-ups for pointing your website to the web hosting without email, and using the web hosting email only), please refer to this article: Point Domain(s) to New Web Hosting

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