Where will my Domain Name reside?

Econs provides name servers upon registration of new domain names. A Domain Name server is a machine connected to the Internet that identifies unique Domain Names (Web addresses) or Internet sites. Domain Name registration requires both a primary and a secondary nameserver. Each consists of a host name and a unique IP address. These house the Domain Name System information about the Domain Names hosted by the nameservers. These nameservers must be registered with the Domain Name Registry. Once you have registered your Domain Name with Econs, you can change the name servers for your Domain Name from your control panel. You will always need two separate name servers. This change can be made as soon as the registration is confirmed.

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