What is a nameserver? Do I need private nameservers? Print

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A nameserver is a computer that contains a list of domain names and the associated IP addresses. When a domain name is typed in a Web browser's address bar, the name server associates that with the IP address, and the correct Web site — barring any unforeseen difficulties — opens in the Web browser window. If you are interested in becoming a reseller of our services, we suggest that you get our premium feature "Private Nameservers". The private nameservers feature allows you to tell your customers to use the nameservers NS1.YOURDOMAIN.COM and NS2.YOURDOMAIN.COM instead of for example NS1.EZOSHOSTING.COM and NS2.EZOSHOSTING.COM To have the private nameservers feature added to your account, please enter a trouble ticket to our sales department and specify the nameservers you would like to have set up.

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