One of my domains is registered through another company (Fasthosts), but the nameservers are set to Godaddy, where the domain (...co.uk) has been hosted for more than five years.
This particular website is for the branch of a charity, which prefers branch websites to be ...org.uk and hosted on their own server.
The ...org.uk website is now up and running on the charity's server, and I wanted to do a 301 redirect from the original ...co.uk site. However, this does not work from the registering company's control panel, presumably because the nameservers are set to Godaddy and I have no idea how to proceed.
Thank you for posting. I'm not certain how Fasthosts handles their DNS but you would want to first change your nameservers back to theirs. If they have a method for parking the domain, that would achieve this. Then you'll be able to use their interface to forward your domain to the .org.uk site.
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