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  • What are nameservers?

    I want to learn about nameserver for my knowledge.

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    The nameserver supports browsers in establishing links between URLs and websites. They're crucial since we'd have to memorize IP addresses to visit websites if we didn't have them.

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    • #3
      Yes, exactly. How can we memorize difficult numbers? So, we have nameservers. Nameservers have the same appearance as any other domain name.
      Nameservers are part of the Domain Name System (DNS), a vast database that acts as a directory for devices and the IP addresses associated with them.
      Simply put in a URL, and the nameserver informs your browser of the website's location, permitting the appropriate page to load.

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      • #4
        How much time does it take?

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        • #5
          Nameservers are so fast that you and your visitors won't even notice they're there.

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            How to Set Up Name Servers?

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            • #7
              Usually, a default name server is provided by your domain registrar. However, you have the option of setting up your custom name servers or pointing your domain to name servers provided by your web hosting company, both of which are simple to perform.

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              • #8
                See basically, the URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator. A URL is the address of a specific unique page on the Internet. Whereas, On a network, IP (Internet Protocol) addresses are used to identify hardware devices. These addresses enable these devices to communicate with one another over a local network or the internet.

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