Wikipedia defines a nameserver as a computer server that hosts a network service for providing responses to queries against a directory service. It maps a human-recognisable identifier to a system-internal, often numeric identification or addressing component. This service is performed by the server in response to a network service protocol request.
In short, a nameserver is the internet’s equivalent to a phone book. A nameserver maintains a directory of domain names that match certain unique IP addresses. The information from all the nameservers across the Internet is gathered in a central registry.
For more information, check out this article on DNS.
If you have management of your DNS settings, you are going to need to point your domain to our nameservers in order for your website to appear. We have various sets of nameservers depending on your hosting platform:
Linux/Windows Hosting Nameservers
@ IN NS ns1.partnerconsole.net.
@ IN NS ns2.partnerconsole.net.
@ IN NS ns3.partnerconsole.net.
@ IN NS ns-1.ezyreg.com.
@ IN NS ns-2.ezyreg.com.
@ IN NS bne001n.server-dns.com.
@ IN NS wic001n.server-dns.com.au.
@ IN NS sjc001n.server-dns-us.com.
When updating your DNS, it’s important to note that changes can take four to eight hours before they take effect, as they are required to propagate throughout the internet.