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Can't find Nameservers on webhostingforstudents control panel. Can someone tell me where to look?

The control panel for webhostingforstudents doesn't look like the control panel for Dreamhost shown in the video, and I can't find the list of nameservers I'm supposed to use. I've looked in all the sections that seem to be related to DNS management but I don't see the information I need. Does anyone know precisely where to find them on webhostingforstudents?

2 Answers

I contacted support at webhostingforstudents. The relevant name servers are:

ns1.webhostingforstudents.net

ns2.webhostingforstudents.net

Nevermind!

Ryan Field
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Ryan Field
Courses Plus Student 21,241 Points

Hi Dylan,

Great to hear you were able to find these on your own! Usually, namesever addresses are listed somewhere in the control panel or settings screen. It's likely that the control panel was updated since the video was made, though, so that's probably why it didn't look similar.

No, as I said, they used a different hosting service in the video. I looked all over the control panel (or at least where I thought likely) and couldn't find them, and the whfs support team directed me to an FAQs to find the name servers, so I assume it's more accessible there than on the control panel. Strange, though, if that's the case!