Explain a records web hosting?

Chloe Krajcik asked a question: Explain a records web hosting?
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Date created: Mon, Apr 19, 2021 12:14 AM
Date updated: Tue, Dec 6, 2022 7:32 AM


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A Records. DNS records are used to control the location of a resource on the Internet. As an example, an A Record is used to point a logical domain name, such as "google.com", to the IP address of Google's hosting server, "74.125.

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SRV (Service) records are custom DNS records used to establish connections between a service and a hostname. When an application needs to find a specific service location, it will search for a related SRV record. There is currently no option to add this type of record in your Domains Dashboard. Please contact us for assistance.

A record name is the descriptor for your domain entry that effectively creates a subdomain for the record. So, if you added “myblog” to this entry field, you could then open a browser, type “myblog.mycooldomain.com”, and it would work correctly.

Nameservers allow us to use easier to remember names (e.g., yourdomain.com and myawesomewebsite.com) rather than an IP Address. As a web hosting provider, our servers have DNS software that allow us to manage domain names on our servers. For example purposes, let’s say you order a PeoplesHost web hosting plan.

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