Pointing Domain From Another Server

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I have just created a site (www.scenicrimmotorsports.com) and have applied a new domain to it.
I need to point an existing domain (www.scenicrimmotorsports.com.au) from Crazy Domains to the new site that has a country extension (.au)
I have changed the Server Names at Crazy Domain to Homesteads, but it doesn't appear to be working.
What am I doing wrong or is there something else I need to be doing?
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Unfortunately, Homestead is not able to use domains with two dots in them. You will need to forward the domain with masking, or forward it to the .com you already have.
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I have used these Nameservers:
ns1.mdnsservice.com (IP 216.40.47.18)
ns2.mdnsservice.com (IP 64.98.148.11)
ns3.mdnsservice.com (IP 64.99.96.34)

When I enter the www.scenicrimmotorsports.com.au it says that the 'server IP address could not be found'.

Are the above nameservers and IP address correct?
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They are the nameservers that we use, but a pointed domain must also be added into our system and associated to the desired site. Unfortunately, we are not able to enter domains with two dots in them. like.com.au. The only option is to forward the domain.

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