Nameservers are part of DNS-Domain name service,Nameservers are given by web hosts that is specifically used to manage the domain names associated with their web hosting customers. It helps the local system to retrieving the IP address of a domain and Requesting for the domain or can be defined as a database that works like a phone book for computers which converts a domain name to a machine-readable/understandable IP address.
When we enter the Domain name in your browser the browser retrieves for the nameserver for the requested domain name and request for the ip address from nameservers, from the ip address it requests for the website or web page which has been entered , Nameserver also can be defined as any server that has DNS software installed on it.
This is a very useful features for resellers who wants to have a common name server for all the domains hosted in their VPS or dedicated server. Assume that, you plan to have more than few domains and want to have a single name server for all the domains, then you can use this feature. Once the name server is created here, You can modify the required IP address in the DNS config module.
Note: Once you register your domain name, and if you configure it here, It might take around 6 ~ 8 ~ 12 hours time to propagate. There is anything can be done from ourside (HostingRaja's) side. It is delay due to the process of DNS propagation.
How to create Name Server in Web Hosting Manager
Step 1: First you need to login into your ACP panel and then search and click on name server
Step 2: Enter the domain name in the address bar of your browser.
Step 3: Your system makes use of the DNS to search the name servers for the web address which has been requested
Step 4: The nameservers are retrieved for the requested domain
Step 5 : Your system requests for the IP address from the nameservers
Step 6: Once it get’s submitted ,your system send the request to the Ip address, including the exact page that has been requested
Step 7: The web server hosting the requested domain sends the requested page back to your we browser