What are nameservers?
Nameservers are responsible for managing a directory of domains that match certain IP addresses, like a phone book: with names and numbers.
This is where your domain’s DNS server records are stored (for example, “waopress.com”). Every time you type a domain name in a browser, the nameservers provide the IP address, which is a string of numbers. If nameservers did not exist, you would have to memorize that string of numbers for each Web site you wanted to visit.
When you type “www.waopress.com” into a browser, it uses the DNS to look up the nameservers for waopress.com and the nameservers ns1.waopanel.com and ns2.waopanel.com are retrieved.
Your browser then uses the nameservers to look up the IP address of “www.waopress.com” and your browser will then receive an IP address for which it will send a request. The server hosting the website sends the requested page to the browser.
The nameservers of WaoPress are: ns1.waopanel.com, ns2.waopanel.com, ns3.waopanel.com and ns4.waopanel.com. These nameservers use Google’s high-end DNS infrastructure, providing fully redundant and stable nameservers.