DNS Hosting

  • Failover servers
  • Automatic migration of DNS records
  • Resource records management
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Benefits of our DNS hosting

Free accommodation

Delegation of up to 20 domains without the need to pay for the service.

Free transfer

Migrating existing DNS records automatically.

Simple control

Editing resource records like A, CNAME, TXT, SRV.

Security guarantee

Traffic protection and geo-distribution of servers.

What is DNS?
DNS (Domain Name System) is the system that is responsible for converting a site's domain into an IP address that a computer can understand. After that, the server to which the domain is linked is recognized, and the user's browser can open the site located on it.
What is a DNS server?
A DNS server is a server that operates within the DNS system and stores technical information about domain zones associated with it: IP addresses by which domains need to be accessed (A-record), mail server domains (MX-record), etc. The faster the DNS server responds, the faster the desired site opens.

As part of the DNS hosting service, you get the opportunity to create DNS records about your domains and place this information on NETOOZE's fast, fault-tolerant DNS servers for free.

Main types of resource records

IPv4 Address Record

A record that associates a domain with an IP address using the IPv4 protocol.

IPv6 Address Record

ais, svvaa domain with an IP-address operating under the IPv6 protocol.

Mail Exchange Record

An entry containing the domain of the mail server that receives mail.

Point to Reverse Record

Reverse version of the A-record. Associates an IP address with a domain.

Canonical Name Record

The entry that is used to redirect the domain. For example, redirecting a domain from www to a domain without www.

Name Server Record

An entry containing the domain's DNS servers.


Text entry. Often used to perform specific tasks. For example, to confirm ownership of a domain when linking it to a mail service.

Server Selection Record

Service record. Specifies the server location required for some services to work.

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