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FAQ: How do I transfer my DNS to Bell?
 

Q. How do I transfer my Domain Name System DNS to Bell?

A. In order for Bell to host your Web site and email, you will need to contact the registrar of your domain name to modify the name servers.

A domain name registrar is a company accredited by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and/or by a national ccTLD authority to register Internet domain names.

When you originally registered your company domain name, you would have done so with a registrar who would have provided you with email details.

The name servers must be changed to the setting below.

Primary DNS: ns1.bellcanadahosting.com 69.156.240.254
Secondary DNS: ns2.bellcanadahosting.com 69.156.247.254
Tertiary DNS: ns3.bellcanadahosting.com 64.29.158.254

Note: By making the above DNS changes, Bell will become the authoritative name server

 
   
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