I lived in France for 5 years and had a website served by [a french hosting company]. I left in 2006 and moved to the Czech Republic where I have an .eu website using a server based in the UK. Stupidly, I didn't put in redirect 301s before I left France, thinking I could do it from here. I can't. When I try to access it, I am told, 'you are not connecting via a [snip] connection in France, so get lost,' in as many words. Is there ANY other way I can do it? As it is, my new site is 'competing' with the old one and my traffic is suffering.
[edited by: phranque at 6:39 am (utc) on Feb. 14, 2009] [edit reason] hosting specifics [/edit]
you need to access your account at your domain registrar and they most likely have a web interface/control panel to direct your domain to the nameservers at your new host or another set of nameservers if you prefer.
you can obtain your registrar by doing a whois on your domain.