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IP Address NS1 NS2 NS3 NS4 Recorded
199.59.242.153ns1.bodis.comns2.bodis.com08/27/2021
173.82.65.242ns18.iaasdns.comns17.iaasdns.com09/24/2021

Domain IP Address history since first detections. Only IP changes recorded.

Nameserver lookup or DNS Lookup is an indispensable tool for obtaining name server records for any domain name. DNS is simply a protocol for obtaining names of servers which resolve a domain name (TLD, ccTLDs) and for which there is no registered nameserver. Usually, DNS servers are provided by ICANN which is an international non-profit organization that manages the DNS system. Nameserver lookup is often required when you have a website, because your domain name would not point to any other website if it did not have a nameserver.

The reason why it's essential to perform a DNS lookup is because when you get a domain, the site cannot function properly unless you've got a way to get its IP address. For example, if you have a blog, which you plan to sell on online auction, but you end up with a.com domain instead of a.org one, you're in big trouble. This is because dns works on domain name resolving first, before it looks up an IP address, so you won't be able to access your site until you get the IP address of the domain name that you want.

One of the many reasons why you might want to know more about nameservers is because some domain nameservers are unreliable. A lot of people think that they use nameservers provided by the Internet Registry Foundation (IRF), but this is actually a misleading name as only a small number of nameservers provide accurate information about servers. The majority of these nameservers are controlled by one major registrar, which means that a person can easily become confused as to who exactly owns a domain name that points to a particular IRF host. In addition, domain parking is popular, but it does not actually provide any security for anyone. Another problem with domain parking is that it makes you vulnerable to hackers, as it allows them to reset the DNS and gain control over your entire server. On the other hand, you can find out more about nameservers from your web hosting provider or by reading Help sections on different websites.

When you need to find out more about a nameserver, you can do a simple search by entering the domain name you're looking for in the domain name lookup tool. For example, if you're trying to find a.net nameserver, enter "net" followed by a colon. If you don't have any relevant keywords, you should probably just leave the site empty. After the site loads, you'll be able to see some basic details about the domain name owner, such as his or her age and whether he or she is an active member of the community. If you want to see more details, you can click on a tab called Details. You will then be able to view further details about the owner, including his or her location, email address, telephone number, and so on.

The advantage of using a service like Cloudflare is that it provides the best information. However, some domain registrars also offer additional features that make their services more attractive to potential customers. For instance, kinsta offers both Google Map and yahoo! Map support, which may make searching for domain records a bit easier.

If you prefer to use a web hosting service instead of a nameserver, you should know that many web hosting providers include domain nameservers along with their package. These types of services are very easy to install. Usually, all you need to do is choose a website host and provide them with some information about your company. They will then provide you with a list of domain nameservers that they have in their system. Most companies that offer this service will show you a free website hosting trial. This is a great way to see how easy it is to find and register domain names.

Although, most companies offer domain nameservers as part of a package, not all do. If you need additional help finding a suitable nameserver, you can find lists of nameservers by contacting customer service. They should be able to provide you with instructions on how to register a domain name and obtain DNS records. Some companies charge for this service, while others provide it for free.

It's really easy to own your own business. Just imagine how great it would be if you had your own company web site without having to pay a dime! Unfortunately, maintaining a website isn't always cheap. You will also need to purchase a domain nameserver, if you wish to establish your own internet presence. The nameserver is what will provide your business with a unique IP address that it can use for online operations. The IP address is what makes websites appear on different computers whenever someone requests information from them.
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