I have a domain with another company can I use it with 123-reg hosting?

This article applies to 123-reg Shared Hosting packages.

This article explains how to use the Domain Mapping feature to map a domain name registered with another company (external domain) to a 123-reg hosting package.

Before you can map an external domain to your hosting, you will first need to add the domain to your domain management pool, please follow the below instructions.

1

Login to your 123-reg control panel.

2

Scroll down to the Web Hosting section and click the Manage web hosting link.

3

Click on the Domain Mapping link.

4

Click on the Click here to add an external domain link.

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5

Select the radio button for the option to Point a domain registered elsewhere to 123-reg.

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6

Enter the external domain name in the box and click on the Check button.

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7

Click on the Yes button to verify that you own the domain name.

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8

Click on the Point domain to 123-reg button.

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9

Once the external domain has been added you will receive the below message.

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Now that the external domain has been added to your domain management pool you will be able to add mapping for this domain by following the the steps in the below support article.

How do I map a domain name to my hosting?

DNS settings

Please update your DNS with your current domain provider to ensure your domain is pointing to your 123-reg hosting. Please see below for the relevant IP address.

    Linux:

  • All packages 94.136.40.103

    Windows:

  • Plus* 94.136.40.31
  • Plus* 94.136.40.75
  • Pro 94.136.40.32
  • Business Pro 94.136.40.33
  • Starter 94.136.40.75
  • Business* 94.136.40.75
  • Business* 94.136.40.37
  • Unlimited 94.136.40.75

Please Note: * Some hosting packages have multiple IP addresses, see your hosting welcome email to confirm which IP to use.

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