Registering Private Label Nameservers

If you have a Rochen 2020 Reseller, legacy Reseller plan, Premium Web Hosting Reseller plan,  Managed Cloud Server, Managed Dedicated Server, or Managed Virtual Server, then you have the option of registering your own private label nameservers.

Private label nameservers use your own domain instead of a generic Rochen domain.

Shared nameservers look something like this, and are shared amongst hundreds of otherr clients:

ns1.rochendns.com

ns2.rochendns.com 

Private label nameservers are exclusive to the sites that you host for yourself and for your clients, and they’ll look like this:

ns1.yoursite.com

ns2.yoursite.com

This is a benefit when you’re providing hosting to others, such as your own clients. Your private nameservers allow you to expand your brand awareness and provide a level of professionalism.

Registering your nameservers

Below we’ll list a number of videos that outline how to register/create your private nameservers at various popular domain registrars:

1&1

123reg

Dotster

Dreamhost

Dynadot

Enom

GoDaddy

Hostgator

Hover

Name.com

Namecheap

Namesilo

Netfirms

Netsol

Register.com

Updated on April 28, 2021

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