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How to register your Name Servers (DNS) at eNom
How to register your Name Servers (DNS) at eNom
Justin Catello avatar
Written by Justin Catello
Updated over a week ago

This article will walk you through with a step-by-step guide of how to register your nameservers on eNom. Registering your nameservers is a process used when you are wanting to utilize a set of your own custom nameservers, i.e. “ and”

Step 1: Log into your eNom account. Once logged into your dashboard select “Domains” from the dropdown menu at the top.

Step 2: From the dropdown menu, click “Advanced Tools” from the bottom of the list, then click “Register a Name Server”.


​ Step 3: Enter in your first name server, followed by the IP you want to assign to that name server. Once done, click “Register Name Server”.

You have now registered your first name server.

Step 4: You will want to repeat steps 1 through 3 to register your second name server.

You have now registered your second name server. In most cases you only need to register two, so in this case you are now done registering your name servers!

Note: Remember that when you update anything to do with DNS there is always a delay. Please allow up to 5 minutes for eNom’s system to reflect the registration before adjusting your nameservers. Check out Changing your Name Servers (DNS) on eNom for a detailed guide on how to adjust your nameservers with eNom.

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