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How can i "Mask" Nameservers & IP

B3ST

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I am interested in finding out if there is a way to hide my nameservers and IP networks.

Is there any service that I can use to mask that information for my domain? Someone at another forum suggests using EveryDNS or OpenDNS but I couldn't figure it out. I am currently using shared hosting with SiteGround and my whois info with DomainTools is showing the following but I want it hidden
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Name Server: NS1.SITEGROUND132.COM (has 591 domains)
Name Server: NS2.SITEGROUND132.COM (has 591 domains)
IP Location - Maryland - Frederick - Singlehop Inc

Any suggestions or is this not possible?
 

B3ST

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Can you explain how to do that, because if you use nameservers through cloudflare (yellow cloud icon active) it will stop working.
 

radix24

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What error code display on your website when it stop working? Did you check A record is set to the right server in Cloudflare DNS?
 

B3ST

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When i enable cloudflare "Yellow Cloud Icon" for both NS1 and NS2 all the websites using my nameservers stopped working in a forum i read a guy said "with a little dns trickery you can create an alias for those nameservers" but i am not getting how to do that so i posted here but seems like no one is willing to help and i am sure many who provide hosting looking for this solution.
 

vincent

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it seems you have a reseller hosting pack & you want to hide reseller company nameservers. when you enable Cloudflare for nameservers entries then the IP address for nameservers will change & your current hosted websites on those nameservers will stop. you need to create child nameservers in your domain admin panel for your branding nameservers. may I know which domain registrar you are using for your domains?
 

B3ST

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You are right, i am using reseller hosting pack and want to hide reseller company's nameservers, i am using porkbun as domain registrar and hosting panel is cPanel.
 

rhc-hosting

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As previously mentioned, make use of Cloudflare - which will mask your nameservers and thus final IP.

Hope this helps and let us know how you get on!
 

B3ST

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BTW child nameservers are "private nameservers" which i am already using, and the domains using my private nameservers showing company's information if i look WHOIS, is there any way to send you private message?
 

vincent

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BTW child nameservers are "private nameservers" which i am already using, and the domains using my private nameservers showing company's information if i look WHOIS, is there any way to send you private message?
you cannot hide the company's information. you can find a Whitelabel reseller hosting provider. in Whitelabel hosting reseller, the company didn't use their website domain for nameservers. they use a Whitelabel domain which is not hosted anywhere else or didn't contain company-related information & the whois record also hidden for that domain.
 

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