DNS stands for Domain Name System. In hosting, DNSs are the communication and interactive domain of the host. In fact, we use DNS when we want to host a domain. In this article, we will discuss the concept of DNS as well as dedicated DNS. By reading this article, you will find valuable and useful information about the DNS.
What is DNS and how does it work?
Note that DNS has many applications in different branches of network types. In this article, we will only mention its use and concepts that are directly related to the web hosting area. DNS acts as a connection key for domains and hosts. To be able to make this connection, we need to define the DNS in the server so that the websites actually are connected to the server.
It is also possible that each website has its own dedicated DNS. To do this, we need to make a series of technical changes that we will discuss below.
What is dedicated DNS?
Dedicated DNS or DNS is actually a registry that allows our domain to be introduced to the server with its own values. In the case of Whois, the proprietary DNS information will appear instead of the domain owner.
To illustrate this, we draw your attention to the following picture.
As you can see, the site above uses the main server DNS. But if we want to use a dedicated DNS, the result of Whois will be different.
For example, it could be ns1.yourdomain.com and ns2.yourdomain.com
How can I have a dedicated DNS?
To do this, you need to send the technical part of Kiuloper a request for dedicated DNS. Note that at the beginning of the order, this option is also optional and you can order it with the hosting company. This is cost effective and can be done for any site. After doing this, you also need to change your domain’s DNS to its own values so that it’s displayed in whois as well. If there is any ambiguity or opinion about DNS and its implications, then please put it in the comments section to help us improve the quality of the content.