Here’s how to check your domain nameservers using WHOIS lookup tools.
1. Find Your Web Host Nameservers
- Go to Accounts -> Details.
- Head over to the Nameservers section and note all of the nameservers’ details.
- If you cannot find them through hPanel, contact Hostinger’s customer support.
How do I find my host server name?
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How do I find the FQDN of a server?
To find the FQDN
- On the Windows Taskbar, click Start > Programs > Administrative Tools > Active Directory Domains and Trusts.
- In the left pane of the Active Directory Domains and Trusts dialog box, look under Active Directory Domains and Trusts. The FQDN for the computer or computers is listed.
How do I know if nameservers have propagated?
There is no definitive way to tell when propagation is complete for you as it depends on three factors: TTL, your ISP and geographical location. However, you may use online DNS checkers in order to track if the DNS record information propagated against multiple nameservers located in different parts of the world.
Is server name and hostname the same?
Server name is basically fully qualified hostname. Server name refers specifically to a server that hosts DNS zone files. The fully qualified hostname is the server name of your server followed by your registered internet domain name. It also became possible for MULTIPLE physical servers to respond to the same name.
How do I set up nameservers?
Setting up Nameserver DNS Using cPanel/WebHost Manager
- Click DNS Functions.
- Click Edit DNS Zone.
- Select the domain name you want to use, and then click Edit.
- For the two rows with the menu displaying NS, edit the right-most columns to ns1. your domain name.
- In the Add New Entries Below this Line section, do the following in the first row: First field: Type ns1.
- Click Save.