NEW Go Daddy DNS details to make it work:

Last Update: May 16, 2020

Hey everyone,

So some of us still buy domains with Go Daddy, unfortunatily go daddy changed how it works with their name servers.


Thanks to an amazing few people here on WA I have managed to get the new details for Go Daddy. The name servers stay the same but now you need to add an IP Adress to confirm it.

ns1.mywahosting.com - The IP Address 107.21.5.109

ns2.mywahosting.com - The IP Address 107.23.117.42

Instructions for the new DNS set up:

1. Open go daddy

2. Go to "My Products"

3. Find the domain you want to manage and click on the DNS

4. Go down to name servers

5. Add in nameservers + their IP address

6. Save and wait for the tranfer to happen.

I hope this help and please share this with anyone that needs this short and easy guide to fixing the issue.

XXx

Evamonster



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Bibinassabi8 Premium
I just bought a new domain at go daddy today.
And I want to transfer it to WA Platform.
I did the first three steps as mentioned above.
But I just bought my new domain today. Should I press the SETUp key at go daddy to find the DNS?
Because I can't find the DNS to click.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Hi

Newly purchased domains have a grace period of 60 days before you are able to transfer them.

In this instance, if you are needing it I would point it to WA servers instead.

https://godaddy.com/help/change-nameservers-for-my-domains-664
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
And if no content you may transfer or point to WA servers (if transferring domain has to end in .com, .net or .org.

To update your domain DNS settings to point to WA. Here are the DNS settings.

ns1.mywahosting.com
ns2.mywahosting.com

These settings will be updated within your domain registrar (where you purchased your domain) after the transfer has taken place. To transfer your domain here you need login current registrar and fetch the EPP code, there's a one year charge of $14, privacy included. One year more will get added to your domain.

Also it has to have passed the grace period of 60 days.
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Bibinassabi8 Premium
Thank-You AbieAJ.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
So very welcome.
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StevieF Premium
Does the IP address go in the same box as the nameservers address?
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Hi, if that's the only space available should work - You can also check https://who.is
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StevieF Premium
OK thanks, I'll try the IP address in the same box
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StevieF Premium
That didn't seem to work but whois says that the nameservers are WA servers.
Will the website show up on WA SIte Manager when it is has worked? And would it happen pretty quickly or would it take a bit to show?
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StevieF Premium
Looks like it has gone through and is up on WA now
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Awesome happy for you.
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StevieF Premium
Thanks for your input. Its great to have a community of people wanting to help here
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Most definitely,. That's what we do "Pay it forward".
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bcbooth Premium
what is the exact format to add the new nameservers with the IP addresses? I tried with and without the plus sign. Thanks.
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bcbooth Premium
Disregard - I fixed it! Had to add in complete domain name. Thanks.
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megawinner Premium
Go to the training and you will know it, step by step.
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Evamonster Premium
I actually have finished all my training and I run a few successful different projects. I'm not a noob to this, the problem states above. Go daddy changed their method of adding information to nameservers and this is what the new details are. I have posted this because nothing new has been updated to WA as of yet with this information. It is to help everyone who is struggling with the same issue.
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megawinner Premium
Great to know. Thanks for sharing the info. 💰🏡🏆🥇🎁
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zydegeaux Premium
Call Godaddy
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Evie12 Premium
Did you type the ip address under the section marked *host?
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Evamonster Premium
No, you need to go to the dns settings, far at bottom of the page is has nameservers. You need to change them there
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