There have been many requests for this information and hopefully this will help clarify a few of the DNS questions clients are having. Please read this carefully before changing any of your DNS settings. These settings do not apply to dedicated server clients.

The following are the different DNS settings you may be using:
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New DNS Settings
Primary Name Server: NS1.WEST-DATACENTER.NET
Primary Name Server IP: 69.36.161.11

Secondary Name Server: NS2.WEST-DATACENTER.NET
Secondary Name Server IP: 69.36.161.12
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Old Main DNS Settings
Primary Name Server: NS.WESTHOST.NET

Secondary Name Server: NS2.WESTHOST.NET
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Old Reseller DNS Settings
Primary Name Server: NS.WESTSERVER.NET

Secondary Name Server: NS2.WESTSERVER.NET
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Old Reseller Secondary DNS Settings
Primary Name Server: NS.HOST4U.NET

Secondary Name Server: NS2.HOST4U.NET
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All new accounts that were set up after August 7th, 2003 need to use the New DNS Settings

Any account that has been upgraded to WestHost 2.0 and was set up before August 7th, 2003 can use the New DNS Settings, but in most cases, should not have to change their DNS.

Any account that has not been upgraded to WestHost 2.0 will need to use either the Old Main DNS Settings or the Old Reseller DNS Settings. Either one will work.

Any account that has been upgraded and is using the Old Reseller Secondary DNS Settings will need to change their DNS immediately to the New DNS Settings.

Any account that has not been upgraded and is using the Old Reseller Secondary DNS Settings will need to change their DNS immediately to the Old Reseller DNS Settings to prevent their site from going down when upgraded to 2.0.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you site is up and working fine, DO NOT CHANGE YOUR DNS SETTINGS. Making changes to these settings can potentially take your site down.