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What DNS Name Servers should I use?
Posted by - NA - on 20 September 2005 11:52 PM

OpenHost Name Servers

For a domain to be located on the internet, the registrar must "advertise" authoritative name servers for it. These servers should hold zone files for your domain and serve requests for host names within that zone. Whilst it is common for a domain registrar to also manage DNS hosting, this is not an absolute requirement. You may delegate registration, DNS, web hosting, mail hosting or any part of your domain's management to any party capable of performing the given task.

If your domain is registered with a third party and you wish to use OpenHost's name servers please use the following information.

HostnameIP Address
ns1.openhost.net.nz 119.47.118.3
ns2.openhost.net.nz 103.7.168.102
ns3.openhost.net.nz 188.227.167.58

 

You should make sure that your domain has DNS hosting with OpenHost, if you are unsure please email our support services at support@openhost.co.nz

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