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A nameserver is a specific server that is able to use the DNS (Domain Name System) protocol to answer queries about hostnames to reply back with IP addresses, among other mappings.

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If your hosting account is configured to use the domain example.com (presumably specified when you setup the hosting account), then you just need to change the NAMESERVERs at your domain registrar to …
answered Dec 12 '12 by MrWhite
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What domain name did you specify when you set up the new account? If you are simply moving from one hosting company to another then when you set up your new account you should have specified the doma …
answered Apr 4 '12 by MrWhite
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exabytes.com.my allowed me to modify nameservers only That is exactly what you need to do. And that is the only thing you need to do. To find out what NAMESERVERS you need to specify at your reg …
answered Mar 8 '16 by MrWhite
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.twnic.net.tw would seem to be the NAMESERVER of the register (TWNIC), not the registrar (for which there only appears to be 13 officially listed). As far as I know, TWNIC (the register) does not impose …
answered Jan 22 '16 by MrWhite
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redirection. The NAMESERVER ("custom" or not) simply informs the requesting user-agent of the IP address to use in sending the request. This doesn't necessarily have anything to do with your domain name or … redirect). However, if randomdomainname.example points to an entirely different account on the server (remember the NAMESERVER only tells you which server the account resides on) then any redirect back …
answered Nov 1 '18 by MrWhite