Once you have received that message, you can go to the next section to begin the next step in the transfer process.
When the transfer process is complete, you will receive an order-confirmation email message.
For the example above, A-records must exist for "ns1.otherdomain.com" and "ns2.otherdomain.com" - in the "otherdomain.com" zone on whatever DNS server is hosting "otherdomain.com".
If the DNS server host names are themselves sub-names of the domain name being delegated, it is necessary to include a copy of these A-records in the parent zone. Otherwise other DNS servers will have no way to find the sub-domain's DNS servers, and therefore no way to resolve records in the sub-domain.
When you update the DNS (Domain Name System) records in your domain name's zone file, it can take up to 48 hours for those updates to propagate throughout the Internet.
While we strive to make updates as quickly as possible, the DNS propagation time for your domain name depends on several factors that we cannot control.