When you get your domain name from the domain registrar company. This will take the company default name server, which will direct it to the default page until you find the hosting service for it. If the domain is registered through the web hosting provider – it will be sent to the server name of the provider itself and will be ready to host your website every time you decide. And if you want your name server to match your domain name, then you must register your own personal name server.
DNS registration is a service, which allows the owner of the domain name using its own name server, which can match the domain name in question. In this way, if you have a famous domain name. Domain.com, you can register ns1.my-best-domain.com and ns2.my-best-domain.com, instead of the applicant or the default name of the hosting hosting provider. The name server points to the browser visitor your website way to your host server, where your website and email box (ice) are, by completing the domain name to the actual Internet address (IP address). If the server is the wrong name, your site will not be found when typing in the domain name in the browser.
DNS Registration with NTC Hosting
By registering your domain name with NTC hosting you get two name servers (secondary DNS primary / DNS) assigned to it. As soon as you upload your website online through your NTC hosting control panel – the name server will help your visitors quickly find it on the internet.
Also, our sophisticated domain manager lets you register your own name server. To do this, you need to open the DNS Tooltip by clicking on the ‘Edit DNS’ icon for a particular domain name.
Then you will be able to register NS for your .com, .net and .org domain name, and note the server name note to a specific IP address.
Usually, the name server starts with “NS” or “DNS” (i.e. DNS1 or NS1). Usually, the new name server registered through the Web hosting control panel will take about an hour to become fully operational.
DNS Registration with Enom.com
If you have an account with ENOM (our domain registrar), then you can register the name server note from their website too. To do this, please enter your Enom account and navigate to Domains-> Advanced Tools-> Register A server name.
After the ‘Register Name’ section is opened, you can choose the name NS Records and IP address and send your registration.
Again, the new name server will start working a few hours after registration. It is strongly recommended to see if the new name server works, to avoid additional downtime.
In practice, our control panel domain manager provides a more convenient method to register DNSS. The name server registered through our control panel is ready and is available faster. There is also an option to manage and edit your DNS record, to set up special DNS records for a particular domain and to use a record A or CNAME to direct your domain to IP or other URL.