How can I update the nameservers for my .DE domain?

Denic (.DE Registry) has certain requirements for nameservers that can be applied to .DE domains. A minimum of 2 authoritative independent DNS is required. It means that the IP-addresses of each nameserver should differ by at least one number in any octet. Also, at least one of them must be connected via IPv4.

For example:

192.0.2.1 and 192.0.2.2 pair is valid (IPs differ in 1 digit here);

192.0.2.1 and 2001:db8:85a3::8a2e:370:7334 pair is also valid.


Denic has created the NAST tool where you can check if your nameservers are compatible with a .DE domain.

You need to enter the domain name in question and its nameservers into the corresponding fields. If no error is reported, you can then set these nameservers for your domain using this guide.

If you do get any error, you'll need to contact your DNS provider and show them the error messages to fix this situation.

Despite the fact that nameservers assigned to .DE domains should meet Denic's requirements, a zone file for your domain name should be created on the hosting provider's side in advance.


That's it!

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