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What are the Liquid Web Name Servers?

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When you host at Liquid Web you can use our DNS servers to manage all of your domains. Even the ones you bought through other registrars.

The Liquid Web Name Servers (NS) are:

ns.liquidweb.com
ns1.liquidweb.com

Once your server comes online and you've uploaded your site content, what's the next step? Setting up your DNS and nameservers! These domain nameservers provide a directory of domain names and the IP address they live on. When you're moving your site over to us, as when migrating a website to us, this should be the last step (i.e. when you're fully ready for the move). If you are building a new website, this can be completed once the new server is live.

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About the Author: Dan Pock

Dan Pock does technical support at Liquid Web with a background in System Administration, Public Relations, and Customer Service. His favorite things include his cats, Oscar Boots, and Dash Nougat; experimenting with PHP; and making up recipes (or at least attempting to). You can find his coding hijinks on GitHub, where he shares most of his projects and open source work.

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