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I have a couple of domains (abc.com, def.com, ... , xyz.com) and I have a dns server (ns1.example.com, ns2.example.com). All my domains use ns1 and ns2 dot example dot com as their name servers. example.com uses Godaddy as its name servers. So far so good. Now I'm thinking whether I can use example.com as its own ns servers? Could it cause any problem if I use a dns server to resolve itself? Can there be any chicken-or-egg paradox?

Thanks for pointing me to the glue record, but the answer to glue record still does not make much sense to me.

I found this article about Glue record that seems to make more sense to me: http://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/10297/DNS-Glue-WHAT-and-WHY.html

I recalled that when I started to setup my own dns server. I put in 3 records as Host Names in Godaddy, which is a 3 record map like this:

NS1: 12.34.56.78
NS2: 23.45.67.89
NS3: 34.56.78.90

Are these records considered glue records?

marked as duplicate by Iain, Håkan Lindqvist, Andrew B, Ward, kasperd Aug 3 '15 at 14:22

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