I am trying to map a domain I currently own to my blog. I want myblog.wordpress.com to look like it's on mydomain.net. So, I went to my domain registrar and changed the nameservers to ns1.wordpress.com, ns2.wordpress.com, and ns3.wordpress.com. I waited a bit. Then went to http://dnsstuff.com. It says -
How am I searching:
Searching for mydomain.net ALL record at C.GTLD-SERVERS.net. [184.108.40.206]: Got referral to ns2.wordpress.com. (zone: mydomain.net.) [took 16 ms]
Searching for mydomain.net ALL record at ns2.wordpress.com. [220.127.116.11]: Refused! [took 82 ms].
The DNS server reported that it refuses to respond to the query. There's a problem with the DNS server for mydomain.net.
I then went back to myblog.wordpress.com and typed - "mydomain.net" into the "Add a Domain" field, clicked "Add domain to blog". It says:
"Domain not registered."
You can add the domain mydomain.net to your blog right now. You can use it as your blog address for 10 credits a year. You have 10 credits available.
Does this mean I need to wait more? Or do I need to pay to have the domain mapped to my URL? I already own mydomain.net (though godaddy), so I don't want to pay to register it again.
I'm kinda new to this, so talk slowly and clearly. THANKS!!!