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What are name servers?

In order to use a domain name, you need a name server. A name server is a computer connected to the internet that "translates" each domain name into an IP address and vice versa.

See also What is a domain name .

If you don’t have a name server of your own, you can use the Hostbasket name servers free of charge for your Hostbasket domain name.

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