JavaPipe Nameservers
Name Server IP address Servers
NS1.DHSERVER.NET Cpanel Servers
NS1.NSHOSTSERVER.NET Interworx Servers


Note: NS3-14.DHSERVER.NET has been discontinued.

Please use the name servers for your domain based on the server name listed in your welcome email.

If you purchased your domain name from a different company, and would like to point it to your new JavaPipe Tomcat hosting or PHP hosting account, then you will need to change the name servers. If you are not sure how to do this, we will be happy to assist you.

Note: If you registered or transfered a domain through us, then you do not need to worry about adjusting the nameservers for your domain name.

Also Note: If you asked us to transfer your domain, then this is the process that transfers your domain name from your current registrar to our registrar. This transfer cost $10 and one year will be added to your domain expiration date. If you only want your domain to point to your website's new location then this is the process of just updating the name servers for your domain.

Why Does It Take So Long for Domain Propogation?

"even though you made the nameserver changes it *depends* on when your ISP updates the info in their database"

Click here for more information domain propogation.

Information on How domain name servers work.

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