What Are NS Records?

NS records are usually set with your registrar and are used to delegate a domain or subdomain to a set of name servers. Name servers hold all the other DNS records for your domain and tell all the other computers connected to the internet what records your domain holds. Setting the NS record is therefore, a very important part of getting your domains and servers online.

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