For visitors to access your website, it needs to have an address – a domain name and dns zone of your domain. If you’ve registered a domain name at Nameocean, we create a DNS Zone and it’s automatically pointed to our nameservers and no further actions are required. However, if you’ve decided to use a domain name that’s registered with a 3rd party registrar, you’ll need to point it to your Nameocean nameservers.
You may also want to change your domain name on Nameocean to point a 3rd party DNS Zone. Here is how to change nameservers of your domain name.
Open Domains section of NameOcean Dashboard then click Edit in the Nameservers column to change nameservers.
You can select "Default" for settings NameOcean's default nameservers, which are ns1.nameocean.net, ns2.nameocean.net, ns3.nameocean.net and ns4.nameocean.net
Otherwise, you can select "Custom" and write addresses to set 3rd party DNS Hosting nameservers.