There are many web-based tools that can validate your domain name based on DNSSEC. After entry of your domain name, they will query the […]
We can use DNSSEC to validate the origin of the DNS records we get back from ie. “www.nucleus.be”. This system allows us to guarantee […]
An MX Record (also called Mail eXchange record) is the DNS record that determines to what server the e-mail should be delivered, that is […]
An A-record in DNS translates a domain name (such as www.nucleus.be) to the correct IP address, in this case 220.127.116.11. To show the A-record […]
Through the classic DNS system, one can resolve a hostname or a domainname to an ip address. This way www.google.com is translated to 18.104.22.168. […]
A CNAME record in DNS (also called a Canonical Name) is an alias to another DNS record. The CNAME record has to point to […]
A computer or server does not work with domain names, like we know them, but uses IP addresses to identify computers within a network […]
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