Doubt in DNS...

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by mor0155, Jun 21, 2014.

  1. mor0155

    mor0155 Registered Member

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    If I register a domain with some company, they provide the DNS. Now, if I want to host my website with some other company, they ask to change the DNS to their owns. What actually happens in this and does this mean that I am no more a customer of the old company. What are the actual basics behind this all.
     
  2. Paranoid Android

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    you have to use your host's dns in your domain. if you have to ask, I don't think you need to know why. Just take it for granted your hosts dns goes on the domain.
     
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    OP you gotta be kidding us: http://www.digit.in/forum/internet-www/33236-doubts-web-hosting.html
     
  4. SEOShine

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    You just put the namerservers the host offers into the domain register's page.