To start using a registered domain, a nameserver is required. The nameserver shows the IP address of a website to a user who requests it (e.g. “What is the IP address of www.domain.com? – The IP address of www.domain.com is 220.127.116.11). Then the user will successfully connect to the resource.
International standards require the correct nameservers (not less than two) to be physically located on different servers, in different geographic locations, have IP-addresses from different networks and use independent uplinks. This is done so that in case of a failure of one of the servers, the second one can handle requests related to client domains.
This is what we offer our customers – paid DNS hosting, which means that our nameservers will be maintaining your domains. They are configured and arranged exactly as required by the standards and are suitable for work with any domain registrar.