FAQ About Private Name Servers

By | May 9, 2011

Q. What are private name servers ?

A. One name server that contain users own domain name – is private name server. Private name servers would be ns1.yourdomain.com and ns2.yourdomain.com. When user sign up for hosting then they utilize their private Name Server.

Q. How can I find my private name servers IP’s ?

A. Every reseller server have their own domain name server, so user will require to find their welcome email for the name server info.
In case of ns1.yourdomain.com the ip would be the ip listed in user’s welcome email.
For ns2.yourdomain.com the ip would the same except a change the last digit of the ip- which would be  digit greater.
As for example : Consider you receive the following ip in the welcome email: your ns2.domain.com name servers ip would be

Q. What are the advantages to get own Private Name Servers?

A. Maximum resellers select their own private name server for several causes. Anyreseller hosting user can resell their hosting packages or they can make their own hosting plans with prices and resell to their customers under their own brand name. In that case reseller’s customer would not know that they get web hosting plans from reseller -unless reseller let them realise. The whole server hardware and software background and management will be managed by the main hosting provider. The default name server would seem unprofessional for a web hosting provider run by reseller.

Q. I want to get Private Name Server. What can I do for that?

A. To get a private Name Server- you have to make the name server when you register your domain. Each domain registrar has their own process to make private name server. If you want to register your own name servers, you should look for options like “register DNS” “create DNS” or “add DNS” in your hosting account with your registrar. Through this option you can easily register your private name servers. After you register your private name server with  the registrar, you would be able to utilize the  ip address(which you get with welcome email) when  registering the private nameservers.