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Public Vanity NS configurations are set up by DNS Made Easy and made available to all customers who would like to use them. These Vanity NS configurations are different combinations of our Public name server names. Vanity NS configurations created by cl...
It is possible to rebrand our secondary name servers using vanity DNS. The configuration would take place on the primary name servers for the domain and with the domain registrar so unfortunately there are no DNS Made Easy related tutorials or help articl...
If Vanity Name Servers [https://support.dnsmadeeasy.com/index.php?/default_import/Knowledgebase/Article/View/29/0/do-you-offer-vanity-dns] are in use on an account, there will be a higher query volume for the vanity domain. This is due to resolving name s...
The System NS Records for a domain are the DNS Made Easy name servers assigned to that domain to use DNS Made Easy DNS services. These NS Records are assigned at the time the domain is created in the DNS Made Easy control panel. There are a few reasons it...
Some domain registrars limit the number of name servers that can be assigned to a domain name. The NS records listed for your domain in the DNS Made Easy control panel must match the NS records provided to your registrar. If you want to replace the NS r...
DNS Made Easy provides support for traditional Vanity DNS free with any membership level [http://www.dnsmadeeasy.com/pricing/]. Vanity DNS allows you to rebrand DNS Made Easy name servers using your own domain name. We have a full tutorial [http://help.dn...
Stealth name servers warnings on DNS testing tools will not cause any loss in DNS traffic. This message is caused by two different lists of name servers for your domain (stored in two separate areas). The list of name servers are at: 1) Your authorit...