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  • What do domain name nameservers do?


    What is its purpose?​

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    In the DNS, a nameserver is a server that converts domain names into IP addresses. DNS records, which each connect a domain with one or more IP addresses, are stored and organised by nameservers. These servers serve as a link between IP addresses, which computers can understand, and domain names, which we as humans can remember.

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    • #3

      Nameservers and DNS are they the same thing?​

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      • #4
        Name servers and DNS are not the same things.

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        • #5
          The mechanism that links devices and services on the internet is referred to as DNS. In this system, name servers are important because they store the DNS records that link a domain name to an IP address.

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            How long does it take to change nameservers?​

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            • #7

              An additional name for a server that converts domain names into IP addresses is a nameserver. It responds to customer inquiries from devices like computers and tablets about a domain name's location and available services on DNS servers.​

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