Nameserver change Nameserver change

Topic: Nameserver change

Post Nameserver change
by jac0b on Wednesday, May 20, 2015

My question is how to make the appropriate NS server change. I received the activation email asking me to list NS1.dynu.com,NS2.dynu.com,NS3.dynu.com,NS4.dynu.com,NS5.dynu.com as name servers. Why is it necessary and how do I do it?

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Post Re: Nameserver change
by Theatillio on Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Just go to your current domain registrar and change the name servers.

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Post Re: Nameserver change
by jobyjo on Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Setting your domain's name servers is letting your domain registrar know where to send DNS requests for your domain to. When you use www.example.com, your computer needs to understand what numerical IP addresses it needs to contact, and this is accomplished through DNS servers.
You use dynamic DNS service to keep your domain name mapped to the most current IP address. This is done by Dynu name servers. You list Dynu name servers so that every time the DNS requests are made, Dynu will return your most current IP address. Of course there are other DNS records.

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by jac0b on Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Theatillio wrote:Just go to your current domain registrar and change the name servers.
I got it changed through my current registrar. Thanks!

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by jac0b on Wednesday, May 20, 2015

jobyjo wrote:Setting your domain's name servers is letting your domain registrar know where to send DNS requests for your domain to. When you use www.example.com, your computer needs to understand what numerical IP addresses it needs to contact, and this is accomplished through DNS servers.
You use dynamic DNS service to keep your domain name mapped to the most current IP address. This is done by Dynu name servers. You list Dynu name servers so that every time the DNS requests are made, Dynu will return your most current IP address. Of course there are other DNS records.
Thank you very much for the detailed explanation. I am more clear about what I am doing now. Cheers!

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