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Identify your domain host

What's a domain host?

A domain host is an internet service that manages your domain name, for example, yourdomain.com. Domain hosts use DNS records to connect your domain name with email, websites, and other web services. Popular domain hosts include GoDaddy™, enom®, DreamHost®, and 1&1℠, to name a few.

Google Cloud uses DNS records to set up online services. For example, to connect your domain with G Suite, add DNS records with your domain host. We give you step-by-step instructions, but live help from the G Suite support team is available 24/7.

Find your domain host

Check your billing records

Your domain host is typically who you bought your domain name from. If you don’t remember who your domain host is:

  1. Search your email archives for billing records about registration or transfer of your domain name. (Your domain host is listed on your invoice.)
  2. Visit your domain host’s website.
  3. Sign in with the credentials you used when you bought or transferred your domain.
    If you forgot your password, contact your domain host’s support team.
Use WHOIS lookup

If you can’t find your billing records, search for your domain host online:

  1. Go to WHOIS lookup, provided by ICANN, a non-profit that collects domain information.
  2. Enter your domain name in the search field and click Lookup.
  3. In the results page, look for the Registrar section.
    The registrar is usually your domain host. For example:

    URL: www.polarmatix.com
    Registrar: Polarmatix Domain Services

  4. Go to your registrar’s website using the listed URL.
  5. Sign in with the credentials you used when you purchased (or transferred) your domain.
    If you forgot your password, contact your domain host’s support team.

Domain resellers

Some domains are hosted by resellers through a separate registrar. If you can’t sign in with your listed registrar or the registrar field is blank, your domain host may be a reseller.

  1. In the WHOIS lookup results page, scroll down to the Raw WHOIS Record section.
  2. Look for the Reseller entry.
  3. Go to the reseller’s website.
  4. Sign in with the credentials you used when you purchased (or transferred) your domain.
    If you forgot your password, contact the reseller’s support team.

If there is no reseller listed, contact the listed registrar’s support team for help.

Third-party DNS hosts

Several third-party DNS hosting services, such as ClouDNS.net and FreeDNS, offer custom DNS hosting. If you use a third-party DNS host for your domain, the registrar listed in the WHOIS lookup is not where your domain records are managed.

Sign in to your third-party DNS host to access your domain records.

Next steps

Once you confirm your domain host, you can:​

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