How And When To Set NameServers For Domain Names - You may decide...
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You may decide to own your own server, in which case you will be given your own nameservers. You will need to add these to any domains you own. By doing this, you effectively are in control - albeit automated - of the redirection of domain name-to-web site queries. With nameservers, a lot is done behind the scenes. So, unfortunately, people never really know how they work. I hope this clears it up for you!
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