So I got this email recently:
This is the 1st follow-up notice in regards to your recent reseller server migration.
Our administrators have discovered that your domains on your server still need to be updated at your domain registrar due to the migration of your account to a new server. Without this change, your sites will no longer operate correctly once the previous server is disconnected. We ask that you make the following changes to your domains' DNS in order to ensure continued operation of your websites:
-- The following domain(s) use GoDaddy for DNS.
user domain.tld => 184.108.40.206
If you do not take action before you WILL experience a service interruption. We recommend making these changes at your earliest possible convenience.
If you require any assistance updating your DNS records at your domain registrar, our support staff is standing by to guide you through the process and answer any questions that you may have. We also have a wide variety of tutorials covering most of the popular domain registrars to assist you:
When I log into
godaddy.com it says my authoritative name servers are
I can confirm that my domain (
domain.tld) is active on that DNS by doing
nslookup -vc -query=all domain.tld ns51.domaincontrol.com. I can also confirm that it's active on
220.127.116.11 by doing an
18.104.22.168 instead of
ns51.domaincontrol.com. But when I try to change the nameserver on
godaddy.com, I get a "Invalid TLD error" error, as though GoDaddy only accepts domain names instead of IP addresses for authoritative DNS.
A screenshot is attached: