how to have your own private name server indepedent of your hosting.
are there any private dns provider or hosts. fast and reliable if yes can whmcs/whm will be able to add records automatically
thanks in advance
Not sure if I understand your question - maybe someone else does but ... You could just get a hosting account with private IP, request your own Domain Name Servers, When you register your own domain name make sure to go with private registration so it doesnt show your information.
For "custom" nameservers setup (e.g. ns1.yourdomain.com) this will require you to set it up with the registrar (E.g. NAME.COM, ENOM, NAMECRAVE, ETC) as clearly when a user enter the domain it would go from Domain => Server. So its not the server-side of things. But you will STILL NEED TO configure the DNS records for the site using the "private nameservers". Not sure what you mean by private, so I presume you mean custom. For an even more custom/private nameserver (white label style), it would be advisable to setup 2 dedicated IPs for each nameserver (ns1 and ns2). And host all your clients site on one of the dedicated IP (if your a reseller). This should not be an issue if your the root hoster.
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When you get your reseller hosting account, (usually), you would get private nameservers too with it - ns1.yourdomain.com, ns2.yourdomain.com
You would then use those private nameservers in WHMCS when automatically setting up accounts through there - you can get more information on how to do this via the WHMCS support forums.
With regards to the private nameservers, your hosting reseller account provider will be able to set these up for you.
what if I need to switch to another reseller hosting. what about all domains that are registered to my previous host. do I need to creat all in new dns.
I want indepedent dns if I need to switch to another reseller or my own server so I have no issue with my customers domains etc just need to change ip-address only !
sorry for my silly question