To create nameservers (NS records) for a domain registered with Namecheap, you typically need to follow these steps:

  1. Access Your Namecheap Account: Log in to your Namecheap account using your username and password.
  2. Go to Domain List: Once logged in, you should be taken to your dashboard. Find the list of domains you own within your Namecheap account.
  3. Select Domain: Locate the domain for which you want to create custom nameservers from your domain list. Click on the domain name to manage its settings.
  4. Access Nameserver Settings: Look for an option to manage the domain’s nameservers. In Namecheap, this is usually labeled as “Nameserver Registration” or “Custom DNS”. Click on this option to proceed.
  5. Enter Nameserver Information: You’ll need to enter the custom nameservers you want to create. Usually, this involves specifying the hostname (e.g., and its corresponding IP address. Ensure that you have the IP addresses ready, as you’ll need to input them here.
  6. Register Nameservers with Namecheap: After entering the nameserver information, you’ll need to register the nameservers with Namecheap. There should be a button or link to register the custom nameservers. Click on it to proceed.
  7. Confirm Registration: Follow the prompts to confirm the registration of your custom nameservers. Namecheap may require you to confirm via email or through another verification method.
  8. Wait for Propagation: DNS changes can take some time to propagate across the internet. It may take several hours (or even up to 48 hours) for the new nameservers to become fully operational.

Once the registration is complete and the changes have propagated, your domain should be using the custom nameservers you created. Remember to update any necessary DNS records within your hosting control panel or DNS management interface to reflect the changes.