For sure you have a phone and contact number. To contact people or get people to contact you, you need their phone number or give your phone number and store it in the contact list.
Think of the Domain Name System or DNS as the equivalent of a phone’s contact list. It stores the IP addresses that tell your browser where to send queries for a web page to show or send/receive emails.
DNS Hosting connects a domain name to the web and email hosting server to keep services online.
Name Servers store the information of web addresses – like numeric IP addresses and text records – that locate computer systems and resources on the internet via domain names. It also serves as a reference to identify where the DNS Hosting is.
Yes, it’s possible. However, it’s best to use your registrar’s Name Servers so you can always contact a single provider for assistance.
Standard DNS Hosting comes with your domain registration. You can use it to set basic DNS records as listed below:
It also features standard protection for Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack. A DDoS attack is a malicious attack that overwhelms your server and results in a traffic block.
In contrast, Premium DNS Hosting offers the option to set DNS records plus the following:
Furthermore, you get the option to enable DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) to sign all your DNS resources maintaining data integrity.
On top of all of these, while Standard DNS provides standard DDoS protection, you’ll get advanced protection with Premium DNS. It also comes with advanced traffic routing features to help your website work fast.