I know this is a dumb question. Searched but, given the terms got a lot of results and couldn't find what I was looking.
I've had shared and VPS hosting accounts before, for which the host has provided the DNS info, e.g., ns1.theirdomain.com on IP 123.456.789.101, ns2.theirdomain.com on IP 123.456.789.102.
Looking at dedicated server ad that offers, for example, 5 IPs, am I correct in assuming that I need to use 2 of those IPs for my DNS setup? If so, can I also assign those IPs to domains, or can these only be used for the DNS, leaving me with 3 (shared or dedicated) IPs that are usable for domains?
The ips you use for your nameservers can also be used for your domains
» www.InstantDedicated.com - Online in no time » Dedicated Servers in [EU] Netherlands with DAILY support, also on weekends » DDOS Protected network - 100% Money Back if it doesn't work for you » Streaming / IPTV allowed | Up to 10 Gbit ports | 100% Network Uptime