Domains that are already active, by default, their NS (Name Servers) will point to ns1.liqu.id & ns2.liqu.id.
For that, I will change it to the NS domain name itself so that it looks more like that, hehehe. For example, I took for example the a.id domain, which was the result of checking from Pandi and intodns.com as shown below :
- Login to https://resellercamp.id/manage/ and select the domain you want to change.
- Click Child Name Servers, fill in ns1.a.id and the IP server that will be used as the domain server, then click Save.
- Click Modify on Name Servers and change to ns1.a.id and ns2.a.id then click Update Name Servers.
Following are the results of checking from https://pandi.id/whois/ and intodns.com about 20 minutes later. Oh yeah, if the results on intodns.com look a lot in red, please ignore it because I haven’t installed the domain in the intended NS, so it’s not recognized.
Following are the results after pointing to hosting.