Timothy Murphy wrote:
> On Thursday 09 March 2006 09:28, Anil Kamath wrote:
>>> we have registered a domainname and we would like to host the website on
>> our home network. We also have a nameserver primary up and running Incase
>> we allocate the custom nameserver with the Public static IP address
>> allocated to us by our ISP do we have to keep the nameserver up and running
>> when its propogating ?
>> This is no answer to your question,
> but what is probably a very ignorant question in return.
> Don't people who register domain-names normally run name-servers
> for their customers?
from the OP's text, it seems he wants to manage as much of it as possible himself.
Anil - get your supplier to manage the name-server.
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