Private name servers are DNS name servers that are associated with a particular domain name, as opposed to being associated with those of a hosting company. In order to use private name servers, you must first register them at your registrar and then setup the appropriate DNS settings. Private name servers would be ns1.yourdomain.com and ns2.yourdomain.com instead of name servers with a ns19.websitewelcome.com and ns20.websitewelcome.com. In order to use private name servers, you must first register them at your registrar and then setup the appropriate DNS settings.
What Are the Benefits of Having Your Own Name Servers?
Many choose to have their own name servers for appearance or branding reasons. Using our anonymous name servers of ns1.websitewelcome.com and ns2.websitewelcome.com can be less professional looking for a hosting company.
Other than the look of using private name servers, when you move from one server to another, there is no need to contact all of your clients and request that they change to new name servers. Your clients will begin propagating to the new server as soon as you update your name server IP addresses. This is extremely helpful if you outgrow your Reseller account and need to upgrade to a VPS or Dedicated Server.