How to register your nameservers at Namecheap

Throughout this tutorial, you'll learn how to register your own private nameservers using the Namecheap Registrar.
Changing nameservers allows you to make your domain point to your web hosting services.
Find all the steps below to perform your nameservers registration as show below :

ns1.yourdomain.com -> Your IP Address
ns2.yourdomain.com -> Your IP Address

**Nameservers Registration is generally a 2 steps process as far as you need to register them first and then select them as the nameservers to be used. 

1) The first step is to login to Namecheap :

Update nameservers at NameCheap

2)Now that you are on your main account panel screen, you would need to click view near the item "Number of domains in your account"

Update nameservers at NameCheap

3) You should be prompted to your full domains list. You would need to select the domain you want to change the nameservers for by clicking on it :

Update nameservers at NameCheap

4) On the domain control panel's sidebar, you would need to click on Nameserver Registration :

Register private nameservers at NameCheap

5) Now, you can registrate all your nameservers (ns1, ns2, and so on) at once by typing the matching IP you want to set your nameservers with.
Then you would need to click on add nameservers and wait for the confirmation message. That's it, your nameserver are presently registrated and ready to be set as the ones to be used :

Register private nameservers at NameCheap

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