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DNS - Domain Name System

What is Nameserver? A Nameserver is a server connected to the internet permanently. It translates domain names into IP addresses, which allows entering domain name instead of IP address. Every domain must have at least two nameservers listed whenever the domain is registered....
What is SOA record? A start of authority (SOA) record is one of the DNS records. It stores the information of a DNS zone and other DNS records of a domain. It includes authoritative information such as primary nameserver, the...
MX Record: Mail Exchanger(MX) record is a DNS record used to deliver the emails which contain the information about mail server used by the domain to receive email. A preference value is used to prioritize mail delivery if multiple mail...
DNS Zone Templates is a feature available in WHM which is to apply a set of default DNS records whenever a new account is created. If you are a reseller, you can able to update the default DNS zone...
  What is a DNS Cache? A Domain Name Server (DNS) cache is nothing but a temporary database that maintained by the operating system your computer, It contains records of all the recent visits and attempted visits to any websites and other...