webbserv.net belongs to what hosting company?

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Today, 05:44 AM

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Join Date: Oct 2013

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Been figuring which hosting company does webbserv.net belongs to.
_________ –> ns.webbserv.net
_________ –> webbserv1.webbserv.net

Is it enom.com?

Thanks for those who’ll reply.


Today, 05:57 AM

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Join Date: Mar 2003

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I believe the registrar is enom and BLUEINKIT.COM is the owner.

Creation Date: 2000-09-14 23:31:28Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2014-09-14 23:31:00Z
Registrar: ENOM, INC
Registrant Organization: BLUEINKIT.COM
Registrant Street: PO BOX 2866
Registrant City: SURF CITY
Registrant State/Province: NC
Registrant Postal Code: 28445
Registrant Country: US
Admin Organization: BLUEINKIT.COM
Admin Street: PO BOX 2866
Admin City: SURF CITY
Admin State/Province: NC
Admin Postal Code: 28445
Admin Country: US

and the ip belongs to gnax 🙂

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Today, 06:11 AM



Join Date: Sep 2013

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I dont remember where i’ve read that it belongs to enom , it was somewhere on a forum.


Today, 06:35 AM

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Join Date: Oct 2013

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Yeah I also ended up with that result using whois.
It does seem like there’s a relationship between enom.com and blueinkit.com regarding web hosting.

What I really wanna know is which hosting company do I sign up to end up with ns.webbserv.net and ns2.webbserv.net.

Like if I choose enom.com to provide web hosting would I end up with ns.webbserv.net and ns2.webbserv.net as name servers?

Like in this list of domains using ns.webbserv.net: who.is/nameserver/ns.webbserv.net/


Today, 07:56 AM

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Location: Kent

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Sorry, I’m confused here:

You’re trying to find out which web hosting company to sign up with so that your nameservers end up matching the ones you want.

Shouldn’t it be the other way around? You work out who you want to host your site, and then use whatever nameservers they give you.

Why would you want to match nameservers?

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