How to Update Private (Child) NameServer in BigRock?

Update Private NameServers In Bigrock

If you have bought domains from BigRock and hosting at some other place, then the user must be aware and should update the nameserver details in the DNS setting. In SeekaHost, we provide Private NameServer for PBN Hosting Packages to avoid footprints along with unique IP for each domain.

In this article, we have guided you on how to register and update private nameservers in BigRock. If it’s a custom nameserver, you can skip registering the nameserver in the “child nameserver” section and directly update the nameservers.

Register and Update Private(Child) Name Servers in Big Rock:

Step 1 – Login to Bigrock

Login to your Bigrock Account and Select the domain for which you would like to update the nameserver details.

My Domains in BigRock

Step 2 – Child Name Servers

Click on the ‘Child Name Servers’ link.

Update Child Name Servers in Bigrock

Step 3- Manage Child(Private) Name Servers

Before creating a name server, the user must be registered the child name servers in the cPanel. Child NameServers are otherwise called as Private NameServers. You have to provide Appropriate Host Name (Example: and its appropriate IP address – each for the number of nameservers provided by your hosting providers. Click ‘Save’ button once you have added.

Manage Child Name Servers in Bigrock

Step 4 – Name Servers

Go back to the main page and select the “Name Servers” option.

Name Servers in Bigrock

Step 5 – Manage Name Servers

Now, Enter the already registered private nameservers here and update name servers

Manage Name Servers in Bigrock

For the nameservers to get propagated over online, it might take maximum of 48 hours, Though at most of the cases it will get updated in a matter of minutes.

How to Update Private NameServer in DynaDot?

Update Private NameServers In Dynadot

SeekaHost provides private nameservers for each domain in order to avoid footprints and also with unique IP address along with individual cPanel for each domain, when you purchase PBN Hosting Packages.

If the domain is registered elsewhere like DynaDot and not with SeekaHost then we will provide you with the IP address and nameserver details to update in your domain registrar.

FYI, if the domain is registered in SeekaHost along with hosted packages purchased with us, we will set up and send you the details once the NameServer details are propagated over online, you no need to worry about anything in this case.

To Update Private (Child) Nameserver in Dynadot

STEP 1: Sign-In

‘Sign In’ your Dynadot account.

STEP 2: NameServer Section

Select the “Name Servers” option in the left side panel

NameServer Section DynaDot

STEP 3: Add/Register NameServer

Click on “Register Name Server”

Register Name Server in Dynadot

STEP 4: Register NameServer

Fill your private name server and its Appropriate IP. Do this twice for both your ns1 and ns2. Click on “Register Name Server” at the end of registering each name server.

Register your own name serversSTEP 5: My Domains

Select ‘My Domains’ from the menu bar which is on the left side and click on ‘Manage Domains’ in the dropdown list.

My Domains - DynaDot Nameserver update

STEP 6: Bulk Action

Click the ‘CheckBox’ which is near to your domain names and select ‘Bulk Action’. In the drop-down choose ‘DNS Settings’ from the list.

DNS Settings - DynaDot Private Nameserver

STEP 7: DNS Settings

In the ‘DNS Settings’ page, select the ‘Nameserver’ setting from the top drop-down menu.

STEP 8: Update Private NameServer

You can update Nameserver in two ways. They are:

If you are adding ‘New Nameservers’, select “Enter new or Existing Nameservers” from the list and enter the name servers in the list which is provided.

If you are using “Existing Nameservers”, select the option “Select from your nameservers” option and choose the nameservers from your existing added list.

Update Private Nameserver in DynaDot

STEP 9: Save Name Server

Click on ‘Save Nameserver’ button to say your changes.

Finally, you have created Private NameServers in DynaDot and updated in NameServers. If you would like to know about the Private NameServers and why it’s used on domains hosted under PBN Hosting Package, contact our LiveChat Support or Mail to for details.

Read the 6 DNS Related Terms You Should Know

How To Create/Update Private NameServers In NameSilo?

Update Private NameServers In NameSilo

In SeekaHost, we provide Private Nameserver for all the domains hosted under PBN Hosting Packages.

This setup helps in avoiding footprints between the websites. Along with this, we provide Unique IP for each domain and Separate cPanel access for each website.

As part of this setup, we would like to explain on updating the nameserver details in NameSilo.

If you would like to know more about PBN Hosting Packages, then you can contact of LiveChat team for assistance.

Create/Update Private NameServer in NameSilo:

To create private name servers in NameSilo, follow the below-mentioned steps.

STEP 1 – Login 

Firstly, ‘Log In’ your NameSilo account and click on the ‘Manage My Domains’ at the right top corner.

NameSilo Domain Registrar

STEP 2 – Select Domain

Select the particular domain name in which you want to update private nameservers.

NameSilo Domains

STEP 3 – Domain Console

Now, Click on View/Manage Registered name servers in the NameServers section.

Domain Console

STEP 4 – Register NameServer

Click on ‘Register New Name server’.

(If there are default nameservers delete them and Register New Nameserver to the hosting you would like to point your domain)

Register NameServer - Child-Private NameServer


STEP 5 – Add New NameServer

Enter “ns1″ in the Host and its appropriately assigned IP address to Host IP 1. Then, click on ‘Submit’.

Update Name Server in NameSilo

STEP 6 – Repeat Step

Repeat step 4 and Step 5 to add the second Name Server.

STEP 7 – Management Page

Click on (Back to management page) link

Name Server and Domain Management


STEP 8 – Change NameServer

Click on ‘Change’ which is present next to the NameServers as shown in below image.

Domain Console

STEP 9 – Update NameServer

Update the given “NameServers 1″ and “NameServers 2″ which is created in previous steps and click on ‘Submit’.

NameSilo Default Name Servers

Finally, you have created Private NameServers in NameSilo and updated in NameServers. If you would like to know about the Private NameServers and why it’s used on domains hosted under PBN Hosting Package, contact our LiveChat Support or Mail to for details.

6 DNS Related Terms You Should Know

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Domain Name System

If you are a person who surfs various sites online, then you must know how a particular website gets loaded. But it is very rare to have proper knowledge about the Domain Name System which makes the functionality so simple.

dns works

If you have a Browser in your website, then you will just enter the domain URL in the search to load the particular website or a web page. But each websites will also have some unique IP address for the servers on which they have hosted. Hosting is nothing but the High End Server Machine with Static Ip Address and where the website files will be stored. If a user opens the particular web page then the contents will be retrieved from the server where all the data were stored.

6 DNS Related Terms

If you host a website, or you are looking to migrate a website, then you may need to know more about the DNS System. So if you don’t have proper knowledge about the terms used in the DNS then it is difficult to handle. Here I have explained the most popular terms used in the Domain Name System.

  • ‘A’ Record – It is also called as Heart of the DNS. It is the most important thing where a particular domain will be a point to the Specific IP Address of the Web Server. Using ‘A’ Record, the users will find your website through its domain name.


  • ‘CNAME’ Records – This record will not point to any particular IP Address, instead, it points another domain name. Normally CName Records points the non WWW version of the webpage to WWW Version of the webpage.
    For example, will be pointed to This means that the user can reach your website through the www version or non www version of the address in the URL Section.
  • ‘MX’ Records – MX Records were all about the Email Accounts linked to the particular website. If you are choosing some medium or premium web hosting packages then you will be provided with free Email Accounts. So to make use of this your MX Records must point to your server. Mostly these things will be taken care of by the web hosting provider.


  • Nameserver – Nameservers are the computer running DNS Software which can be assigned during the domain registration. Some of the hosting companies will provide the nameserver details with their domain names as and so on. Also mostly for PBN Hosting, people will request for private nameserver details which will have their own domain name in the end.

nameserver custom dns

  • Zone Files – Zone files were the complete DNS Setting which is set to point your domain to the particular hosting. Sometimes during the domain transfer, people used to export and import the zone files to avoid the issues. If you make some updates in your DNS Setting then it means you updating your Zone Files as well.


  • TTL (Time-To-Live) – TTL indicates your nameserver that how often it should update the details. If you change your A records then the update will take place based on the TTL setting. Also, modern registrars recommend providing very low TTL time like 5 to 10 Minutes for quick updates.