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Advantages of our DNS hosting

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Delegation of up to 20 domains at no additional cost for the service

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Automatic migration of existing DNS records

Easy management

Edit resource records of the following types: A, CNAME, TXT, SRV

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What is DNS?
DNS (Domain Name System) is a system that is responsible for converting a website domain into an IP address readable by the computer. After that the server to which the domain is bound is recognized and the user's browser can open the site located on it.
What is a DNS server?
A DNS server works within the framework of the Domain Name System and stores technical information about domains: IP addresses to access domains (A (address) record), mail server domains (MX (mail exchanger) record), etc. The faster the DNS server responds, the faster the site opens.

The DNS Hosting Service also provides you with an opportunity to create DNS records for your domains and place this information on the fast fail-safe DNS servers of absolutely free of charge.

Main types of resource records

IPv4 Address Record

An A record linking a domain to an IP address operating via the IPv4 protocol

IPv6 Address Record

An A record linking a domain to an IP address operating via the IPv6 protocol

Mail Exchange Record

A resource record within the Domain Name System that directs email to a specified mail server that accepts email on behalf of a domain or users

Pointer Record

A reverse version of an A record which links an IP address to a domain.

Canonical Name Record

A type of resource record which is used for domain mapping. For example, it maps one domain name (which includes www) to the domain without www

Name Server Record

A record that indicates a server which provides the DNS records for a domain.


A resource record used to associate miscellaneous text with a domain. For example, it used for proof of ownership when binding a domain to the mail service

Server Selection Record

A Service record (SRV record) is a specification of data in the Domain Name System defining the location, i.e., the hostname and port number, of servers for specified services.

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