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hello its Martin here from blue SEO dotnet and recently I've been getting some questions about private name servers so I thought I'll just whip out a quick video tutorial and show you guys how to set it up it's really easy and you know if you're using private blog network sites you should think about registering you know your own private name servers just for the sake of the diversity so first thing I logged on I logged onto my name chip account and I went to my domain and then I want to name server registration tab on the left and here what I want to do is I want to paste in my IP address the IP address can be found in the information that you get from your house provider or in case of a pbn you know if each account is created on a separate server with the log information you'll get you should get an IP address so I'm going to take that IP address and I'm going to simply paste it here and here okay so I'm ready string and s1 that my domain name and ns2 that my domain name so I hit add name servers and fingers crossed in a while we are done okay so the flowing name servers were added successfully now in order for that to work I need to do the same in the cPanel for my for my domain so I'm going to go to the cPanel now scroll down and go to simple DNS zone editor okay and here I do the same thing I go and as one hit tab will automatically fill in your domain and paste in the IP and hit add a record and it will add an a record with that like for that IP and I have to do the same thing for NS too of course so let's paste in the AP here and this – hit tab and add a record as you can see type a records have been added so now I can go back to my name chip account go to name server setup and change my name servers to the ones I have just created like so and hit Save Changes now I'm not going to do it now because I don't want to but that is pretty much it now in rare cases it might happen that it won't work because some host providers they have like they require you to enter some other IP address for name server registration so if this doesn't work you have to contact your host provider or a person who's you know set up your private blog network and ask enquire about those IPS and some cases you have to register three name servers but it is very very rare but you know in most of the cases this should work and if you're not using Namecheap or you know if you're using any other register the process is pretty much the same in each of them there is somewhere that there is this tab you know like names or registration or register register new name server tab or something so that's that's that's how simple it is right so I hope that it clarifies a lot of things and happy name set of registration okay talk to you soon bye .

Video Discription

Setting up private nameservers is easy. Just follow my instruction in this short tutorial video. Remember that it is not enough to register the nameservers in your registrar. There are also changes to be made in your cPanel.

 

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