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Bluehost Nameservers (NS)

If you want to host your website or manage your domain at Bluehost you need to use our name servers.

Bluehost's Name Servers

Please change your name servers to the correct Bluehost name servers.

  • ns1.BlueHost.com
  • 74.220.195.31
  • ns2.BlueHost.com
  • 69.89.16.4

The company you bought your domain from should give you the ability to change your name servers. If you bought your domain from us please see Modifying Name Servers (Registered through Bluehost). When making changes to your name servers please allow 24 to 48 hours for the changes to propogate.

If you would like to get started but don't have an account you can sign for one at BlueHost.com.
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