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    Domain nameserver Question

    Hi, I am using GoDaddy.com for my domain regristerant and I am hosting my server off of a home machine. On the site, it is asking for two nameservers... what are those and how would I deal with them? I am not looking for domain fowarding though... any help would be great! Thanks

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    The domain nameserver is the server on a shared host that points your domain to the correct IP. I think if your hosting from home, you can just point the domains to your IP address rather than a nameserver.

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    I get that... I can foward the domain to my ip but then after the first page it displays my IP address... I want it to always be from mydomain.net... Does anyone know of a bypass for the nameservers at godaddy or of two free ones?


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