orv_support

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I have my hostname serverx.domain.com and I want to create an account in cPanel for domain.com
Do I have to change add the nameserver in my domain registrar to ns1.domain.com, ns2.domain.com or something else ??
 

cPanelTristan

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Yes, you'd need to register your nameservers at your domain registrar with the same IP or IPs you have setup in WHM > Basic cPanel & WHM Setup area for those nameservers.

You'd then need to point domain.com to those nameservers you've registered.
 

orv_support

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I already registered my nameservers at my domain registrar (Netfirms.com) with the same IP or IPs you have setup in WHM > Basic cPanel & WHM Setup area for those nameservers.
I already hosting more than 4 domains/accounts. In which each one I had to change the nameserver at the domain registerar to ns1.domain.com, ns2.domain.com.
Now i need to launch a domain.com website, Do I have to follow the procedures as the hosted domains/accounts or it differs as domain.com is related to the server domain "serverx.domain.com"
 

tecsys

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Hello,

The domain.com is just like any other domain on the server. You have to assign the same nameservers you have for the other domains for this domain too and create the cpanel account. I do not believe you would run into any issues following the normal cpanel account creation procedure for the domain.