tonydiep

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Hello !

I am new to cpanel and was wondering where i could find my name server? I need this since i got my domain on another webpage.

Thanks!
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

You selected the following access level on your profile:

"Website Owner"

This indicates you purchase hosting from a web hosting provider. This provider will have configured name servers that you can use. You will need to contact your web hosting provider to determine which name servers you should use. You can then access your domain registrar to change your name servers to the ones they provide you.

Thank you.
 

tonydiep

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Hello!

I have now received my name server and entered it on the website where i purchased my domain name.

After 24-48 hours, will i be able to code the website from cpanel with ftp/file management then?
 

calebstephen

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Hi tonydiep,
You should be able to code up your site once the DNS has resolved to your correct nameservers (usually takes 24 + hrs to propagate) provided by your hosting provider or data centre.
hOPE THIS HELPS
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello!

I have now received my name server and entered it on the website where i purchased my domain name.

After 24-48 hours, will i be able to code the website from cpanel with ftp/file management then?
You can actually access cPanel at anytime by using the IP address instead of your domain name. The domain name itself should resolve across the world in that time frame, but often sooner than 24 hours.

Thank you.