For starters, you need to configure the domain via our Controlpanel, in the “nameservers” tab, and choose the third option: “Use your own primary nameserver in combination with our secondary nameservers“. You can enter your own primairy nameserver there, and our nameservers will be configured as secondary.

Then, it’s important your nameserver allow Zone Transfer Requests from our slave nameservers. A Zone Transfer is needed so our nameservers can retrieve the entire zone (which contains all DNSrecords) of that domain from your primary nameserver.

If you were to update your primary nameserver later, our slave nameservers would be able to retrieve the latest zone.

These are the current IP addresses from our secondary nameservers.

WARNING: From September 29th, our ‘’ will have the IP address

If you use the Bind nameserver, it’s important to set the “allow-transfer” parameter per zone, so our secondary nameserver IP addresses are listed. The configuration could look like this.

zone "" {
	type master;
	file "/path/to/your/zone/";
	allow-transfer {;;;};
	allow-query { any; };

For users of the Plesk Controlpanel, you can go via the Plesk Panel interface to Settings > SOA Records Templates > confirm via the “OK” button and then navigate to the “Transfer Restrictions Template” at the top, as shown in the following image.

There, you can add the necessary addresses, as presented in the following image.

From then on, it’s possible that our secondary nameservers retrieve an update from your primary nameserver.

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