Which ns should I setup during natvps registration?

I don't understand. On other hosting i have nat4 vps and didn't setup any ns servers.

On mrvm it asks me for domain and ns as mandatory. I setup my own domain and tried to set ns.afraid.org (i use them for my domain) and got error. I tried to set ns.mydomain and got error.

I sent a ticket to mrvm support and asked "which ns should I setup and where can i read about them, maybe you have a FAQ" and they answered "just setup ns servers". Great! Autistic cup is yours.

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  • SolaireSolaire Design TeamOG

    Just put "ns1" and "ns2"

  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer

    As @angstrom would say, congratulations on your first post.

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  • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith AdministratorHosting Provider

    When you don't know what you don't know but buy a service that requires you to know what we know but you don't know what we know, you know?

    tl;dr
    use: ns1 and ns2

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  • jvnadrjvnadr OG
    edited May 18

    @ArtemLoik said: I sent a ticket to mrvm support and asked "which ns should I setup and where can i read about them, maybe you have a FAQ" and they answered "just setup ns servers". Great! Autistic cup is yours.

    Nice beginning with a provider, calling him as autistic. Insulting (?) both MrVM and autistic persons (I guess, you don't have a clue what means to be, or, have in your family an autistic person - it is not an insult but a condition). Only a moron could use that kind of "insult" to attack a provider.

    Now, if you do not know how to setup or use some public ns servers when registering a web service, then, you should not buy this dirty cheap service that is requiring more knowledge on how to setup, use and maintain it... It is common, when you do not want to use in registration or do not have specific name servers, to use ns1 and ns2. It is also common to use public ns servers like those from cloudflare.
    Afraid ns service is more complicated and needs some knowledge some times to be used in hosting environment. FUrthermore, there is no any "ns.afraid.org" but four name servers from afraid (ns1.afraid.org etc.).

    After all, you do not need any name server in the vps provider area. You don't need it at all if you use external DNS services like afraid.org, you need it when you setup a control panel like CPanel, but this is a whole other story than your case.

    P.S. firts post as new member... Why am I sure that it probably will be your last post here, as a hit-n-run "member"?

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  • This input box is useless, just input "ns1" and "ns2"

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  • mikhomikho Hosting ProviderOG

    @ArtemLoik said: I sent a ticket to mrvm support and asked "which ns should I setup and where can i read about them, maybe you have a FAQ" and they answered "just setup ns servers". Great! Autistic cup is yours.

    Not really, I answered that you should enter ns1 and ns2.

    Good thing that you posted the same question here, as you won't be able to read the ticket anymore.
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  • Since we are on the topic, can someone explain the purpose of the "nameservers" boxes?
    I see them almost every time I sign up for a vps, but I have never been able to figure out what they do. It doesn't seem to matter what you put there, the vps will be configured with whatever nameservers the provider see fit anyway. And why would I want to provide a certain nameserver ahead of provisioning anyway?

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  • @rcy026 said:
    Since we are on the topic, can someone explain the purpose of the "nameservers" boxes?
    I see them almost every time I sign up for a vps, but I have never been able to figure out what they do. It doesn't seem to matter what you put there, the vps will be configured with whatever nameservers the provider see fit anyway. And why would I want to provide a certain nameserver ahead of provisioning anyway?

    Maybe if you bought domain + vps, then you can point the domain nameserver.

    i dunno, i just make things up

  • WSCallumWSCallum Hosting Provider

    @rcy026 said:
    Since we are on the topic, can someone explain the purpose of the "nameservers" boxes?
    I see them almost every time I sign up for a vps, but I have never been able to figure out what they do. It doesn't seem to matter what you put there, the vps will be configured with whatever nameservers the provider see fit anyway. And why would I want to provide a certain nameserver ahead of provisioning anyway?

    It’s just a WHMCS standard inclusion on VPS/server cart types that most don’t bother/want to modify and disable.

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