When it comes up to managed DNS hosting, we have 2 types of NS records. Our primary nameservers for all of our standard hosting services, such as Unmetered Shared Hosting, WordPress hosting, Profesional Email, and DNS hosting.

In that case, you should use our general use nameservers:

NameserverIPv4 addressIPv6 address
ns1.black.host195.144.21.1112a07:85c1:0:222::2
ns2.black.host185.142.239.2222a07:85c0:0:222::2
BlackHOST nameservers

The second type of name servers is for all clients who are using our high availability (HA) web hosting services. These hosting services are yet in “on-demand” beta, so using these nameservers at this point is only possible with prior guidance from our side.

NameserverIPv4 addressIPv6 address
hal.ns.black.host162.159.9.2022400:cb00:2049:1::a29f:9ca
dave.ns.black.host162.159.8.952400:cb00:2049:1::a29f:85f
BlackHOST ( HA platform ) nameservers

ProTip: Each change of NS records may take up to 24-48 hours, depending on your Internet Service Provider (ISP) DNS cache settings.

Plan your DNS changes accordingly, if you have any hesitation regarding such changes, and afraid that you might cause downtime to your website, feel free to reach out to us. Our team will provide you with the means and know-how on how to perform the migration with ZERO downtime.