Unable To Update Nameservers For A Domain
Many times we cannot add nameservers for a domain to our systems. There are many reasons for this, including the fact that your system has not been updated to support it or you are not a reliable nameserver provider. However, if you take a little time and examine your system, you will most likely discover that there is a problem with the nameservers and you may be able to fix it yourself. The first thing you’ll want to do if you can’t add nameservers is restart your computer.
When trying to add nameservers to your system, there are several things you can do. If you are unable to connect to the internet and are getting strange error messages, you should consider checking your internet cache. There should be a cache folder on your computer somewhere on your hard drive that stores recent versions of all your software and programs. If no such folder exists, you can create it.
It should be noted that this process may take some time. It’s also worth noting that if you don’t know how to add nameservers to your server, either manually or using a program, it’s best left to the experts. The process should only take a few minutes, but it will ensure that your website runs as smoothly as possible. After all, it is your website that people will visit to find information about the products or services you sell.
Unable to add nameservers error coming as – null : Object status prohibits operation
Please note that that as per global domain name norms you are not allowed to update nameservers on a domain name where an ongoing domain name transfer is going on already.
So, in case you have a domain name transfer running right now, then:
1. You need to either wait for domain name transfer to have it completed and then try to update nameserver with your new domain name provider.
2. OR, either you need to cancel the ongoing domain name transfer out and after that you can login to your client area with webji.in to update nameservers. But make sure to cancel the transfer out first and wait for few minutes after that only retry to update nameserver.
So if you opt for option 2 above, to cancel the domain name transfer then after cancelled the same retry to update nameservers in 2 hrs. if still not work contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequentaly Asked Question:
How do I update my nameservers if it fails?
In almost all cases, these failed attempts are not due to technical problems with the nameservers. They fail due to a configuration error or a virus that has gotten into the system and thus prevents the software from working properly. Name servers are nothing more than the links between your domain name and the IP location of your server. So these refer to the heart of your website. This is very important because in most cases the error is caused by the owner of the domain name. If you discover that your web host is the culprit, you can simply request a registration change from another provider who will make the necessary changes. If you have been charged for the domain name, the change process will be a breeze.