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Knowledgebase : About DNS, A Record, CNAME
Whether you are registering a domain name through us, or transferring a domain that you already own, you will want to do it as fast as possible. Domain names take 1-3 business days to resolve to new servers. In some cases, this duration may take up to 5 b...
All domain names are registered with the central Internet authority that operates the so-called root servers. Your domain name is registered with them, (i.e. Register.com, Network Solutions, DirectNic, etc.) They have a record for your domain that provide...
CNAME-records are domain name aliases.   Often computers on the Internet have multiple functions such as web-server, ftp-server, chat-server etc. To mask this, CNAME-records can be used to give a single computer multiple names (aliases). For example ...
The A-record or “Answer” record is the most basic and the most important DNS record type. It is used to translate domain names such as "www.domain.com" into IP-addresses such as 123.123.123.123 (An IP Address is a unique string of numbers, usually shown i...


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