Name Servers Resellers may
fully customize their Internet hosting offerings by using our Virtual Name
Servers. Virtual Name Servers are aliases to our primary and secondary
Name Servers, your clients who perform "whois" lookups on your domain names
will see our default name server information instead of your own. Their
lookup results will report the following information:
With Virtual Name
Servers, a "whois" lookup will report your own company's name and information
instead of ours. You can choose to have your domain aliases for our name
servers as Virtual Name Servers. Then, a "whois" lookup will report results
Your Virtual Name
Servers will not be recognized as valid name servers until they are registered.
Upon confirmation of your Virtual Name Server order, you will need to register
them individually with the registrar of the "root" domain name that is
used for the Virtual Name Servers. Basically this means that you will need
to go back to the registrar you used to register your domain name and register
the virtual name server there.
The name servers
will be ready to use once you get confirmation from the registrar of the
root domain that the name servers have been registered. If you do not know
whom the registrar of your domain name is, please contact our Registration
Qualifications You must have
a registered domain name that you would like to use as the root domain
for the Virtual Name Server (such as NS1.YOUR-DOMAIN.COM
in the example above). This domain must be added to your account before
it can be used as the root domain. Any domain you have currently registered
can be used as the root domain name.
If you currently have virtual nameservers at another host and you would
like to move all of your domains to us at once, you will need to use the
names of your existing nameservers when you sign up. If you do not intend
to move all at once but want to move your domains to us gradually, you
should use nameserver names other than the names of the current nameservers.