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Does my host have to control DNS?

Does my hosting company need to control DNS? Or, is it OK for DNS to stay with the registrar and just point to my IP? Are there advantages one way or the other?
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3answers
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Shouldn't the domain registrar run the nameservers?

My website is hosted by HostGator, but the domain registration is with GoDaddy. My understanding is that the domain registrar - in this case GoDaddy - hosts a service that converts the domain names ...
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1answer
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webhosting php script [closed]

I have purchased a cPanel/WHM web hosting reseller account and I want to set up a site for people to set up a hosting accounts. I also would like to have a domain name registration system on the site, ...
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2answers
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How do I change web hosts when my domain name is registered through my web hosting company?

I want to change my web hosting company. However they are also the people who have administered and annually renewed my domain name. I'm concerned about making the change because my original hosts ...
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5answers
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Become own domain registrar

I posted this on stack overflow and it was suggested that thsi should be posted here: I am moving my domain away from a very poor host and wondered if I can do away with a host/registrar altogether. ...
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Parking domains and avoiding so called “search engine penalities”

I have purchased two domains from one particular registrar and hosting from GoDaddy. Assume they are domain1.com and domain2.com Assume my hosting IP address is 111.111.111.111 I added both ...