Everything you wanted to know about Root Name Servers

One of the foundations of the Internet is DNS.  We have talked about DNS alot.
http://www.mtin.net/blog/?s=DNS&submit=Search

There have been TBW Podcasts about DNS

So are you ready to get your geek on?
Let’s start with who operates the root name Servers. A quick visit to:
http://www.root-servers.org/

NetNod will explain the rest

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MTIN Family of Sites
https://indycolo.net
https://j2sw.com
https://startawisp.info

DNS naming convention (Quick Tips)

For years we have done the following naming conventions for our DNS servers.

NS is reserved for authoritative name servers

DNS is reserved for caching servers.

For MTIN we have NS1.MTIN.NET and NS2.MTIN.NET which are authoritative for domains we host. DNS1.MTIN.NET and DNS2.MTIN.NET are for managed DNS customers.

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MTIN Family of Sites
https://indycolo.net
https://j2sw.com
https://startawisp.info