how to setup name servers for a webserver?

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  • how to setup name servers for a webserver?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 00:47
Hi, If you want to change your name server or point your name server ,first login your godaddy account. Then Click > Visit Account, Click Domain > Launch Select and click your particular domain which you need to change your ns. then it will show setting options. Here select Nameserver > Manage it will show the popup menu. Then choose Custom.Click > Enter Custom NS Here you can insert your particular nameserver.then save.
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Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 01:28
If you don't actually have two nameservers, use godaddy's. Sure, you can set up e.g. BIND on a server, but unless you want to create subdomains or CNAME aliases or TXT records, it's easier to use the registrar's DNS server to just make an A record.
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