What is the difference between a 'ns resource record' and a 'ns record'?

 

Name Server Resource Record

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align="justify">an style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica;">The name server resource record (or glue record) describes the IP address of a name server associated with a (your) domain. This allows to "find" the name server first.
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align="justify">an style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica;">Use 'Create/Change Nameservers' at  <a href="/goto/modify">'My Domains'a> to create such records.an>
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align="justify">an style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica;">The contents of the name server or the "<a class="intfaqlink" href="/faq/content/11/98/en/how-to-create-a-name-server-_record.html">an style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica;">name server recordsan>a>" describe the services you offer, and the corresponding names and ip addresses for these services (e.g. 'www.my-sample-domain.com' has the ip address '192.168.1.1'). an>
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align="justify">an style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica;">In case you chose Joker.com as your free name service provider, please click on  '<abbr class="glossary" title="Domain Name Server">DNSabbr>' at <a href="http://joker.com/?mode=modify">'My Domains'a> to find <a class="intfaqlink" href="/faq/content/11/493/en/what-types-of-dns-records-are-supported-by-jokercom.html">an style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica;">all usable types of recordsan>a>.an>
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