How to add a custom NS record to a domain/subdomain
How to add a custom Name Server (NS) DNS record to your domain/subdomain - overview
1. First, you must access your personal web hosting account. To do that, click on the Control Panel link in the right upper corner of the page and enter your log-in details in the Members area login form. Remember to click the 'Login' button to go straight to your Control Panel.
2. The next step is to navigate to the Custom DNS Records section. Once you open your Control Panel index you will find a shortcut to this section under Site Management. Click the Custom DNS Records icon to enter the section.
3. Once in the Custom DNS Records section, you will need to specify the NS record name in the 'Hostname' field.
3.1. Then select 'NS' as a DNS record type from the 'Type' drop-down list.
3.2. Next input the IP address that you want your new custom NS record to point to in the 'Value' field and set your custom TTL value or leave the default one in the TTL field.
3.3. To create your new NS records, press the 'Add new' button. Mind to hit the 'OK' button in the dialogue message to confirm the update.
Now you know how to set a custom NS record to your domain or subdomain in 3 easy steps.