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    * Question on DNS

    I am having a reseller hosting with a host. This host provides private DNS. Hosting provider remains Anonymous. So when some one search for whois they will not know I am running a reseller hosting biz.

    Now I am planning to change the hosting provider to another one who provides higher capacity and higher bandwidth but they will not provide DNS. I need to use their DNS.

    How do I provide get a my own DNS so that host remains Anonymous?
    What I need?


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    ping their name servers and use their IPs, however it may show in the hosting control panel the name servers of the hosting company you are using.
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    if the anonymous part is most important, you could use 3rd party dns or your domain registrar's dns.
    Sneaky Little Hobbitses

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    cd burnt, would you mention e 3rd party dns or your domain registrar's dns you suggest to ramsforums?
    Last edited by v21manager; 03-01-2008 at 02:24 AM. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by v21manager View Post
    cd burnt, would you mention e 3rd party dns or your domain registrar's dns you suggest to ramsforums?
    All domain registration services provide dns service.

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    This is easy to setup with HostGator. I'm a reseller too, I specialize in customers who need PHP, MySQL or Joomla support. HostGator has been super.

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    Most hosts that sell reseller plans should provide you with a dedicated IP for your nameservers. That way the host can remain anonymous. - DME Hosting LLC | Servers, KVM/OpenVZ VPS's, Email Hosting, Web Hosting

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    Any decent reseller plan should come with private nameservers. If your new proposed host doesn't provide this I would just go somewhere else. You can setup dns using other methods but why go through the hassle when you shouldn't have to.

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