What are Nameservers?

NameServers are human-recognisable indentifiers of a web host. The NameServers link a domain name to a host. It keeps the Internet Protocol (IP) address. If your domain name is hosted on GigaLayer, your name servers should look like ns1.gigalayer.com and ns2.gigalayer.com.

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