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I have a digital ocean droplet that I have no troubles accessing with the ip address. Now I bought a domain name and I am trying to add the domain name to my droplet.

I've added the NS records to the domain name but when I do a whois I still get to see the standard namespaces. Anyone knows what I am doing wrong?

Here you can see where I edited the NS records:

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I am following this guide from the digital ocean website: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-a-host-name-with-digitalocean

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work-place.be needs to be pointed at the Digital Ocean nameservers at your domain registrar. Just adding NS records on the DO side doesn't do anything (or I could add your domain to my DO records and hijack it).

Right now, the following nameservers are responsible for the domain:

ns1.jcrea-dns2.be
ns2.jcrea-dns2.be
  • I'm sorry but what exactly is my domain registrar? I can't seem to find any option to change the name servers with the login credetentials they game me to login to DirectAdmin – Miklo May 19 '16 at 15:42
  • @Miklo Your registrar is the company you bought the domain from. Whois says yours looks like it's webcreating.be. – ceejayoz May 19 '16 at 17:08

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