From simple to complex configurations, there are times you need to check on how your DNS is behaving. Luckily, computers have a built-in utility that can help you do just that. This resource covers useful commands in Windows Command Prompt and PowerShell.Continue Reading about DNS Commands for Windows
This location is a server— or more accurately, thousands of individual servers positioned all across the world that essentially make up one huge, intricate network.Continue Reading about What is a DNS Server?
Establishing a new point of presence (PoP) in Mumbai, India allows the DNS Made Easy and Constellix network to provide the region with first-rate connectivity. Infrastructure and location are key players in expedited DNS query responses.Continue Reading about Fastest DNS Servers: India
Time to Live (TTL) is like an expiration date for DNS records. A TTL value is measured in seconds and is what resolvers use to determine how long to cache a DNS record before discarding or refreshing it.Continue Reading about What is Time to Live (TTL)
Primary DNS refers to the main authoritative nameserver for a domain. It’s this server that stores the IP address and other important details correlating with a specific website.Continue Reading about What is Primary DNS?