DNS redundancy: What are secondary DNSs and zone transfers?

In our previous blog, we discussed the basics of a DNS. In this blog, we’ll explain some advanced techniques for DNS redundancy.

Primary DNS

The primary DNS server hosting a zone or multiple zones acts as an authoritative DNS …

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How network admins benefit from DNS failover

Downtime is a nightmare, and every network or app administrator wants to avoid it in any way they can. The longer the downtime, the greater the potential for a loss of revenue and a damaged reputation for the organization.

The …

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How does GeoDNS work?

Latency is the key differentiator when it comes to application performance on the internet. Reduced latency accelerates the delivery of apps. DNS resolving is the first step towards application delivery and it involves a series of steps.

Prior to …

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How does a DNS work?

DNS resolution is the first step taken to form an internet connection. This includes when any device is being used to access a website or any type of internet-enabled application, such as e-commerce, CRM, or food delivery. These applications are …

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Introducing ManageEngine CloudDNS for all your critical DNS infrastructure management needs

The DNS is the most critical part of network infrastructure and the only doorway to the internet. We at ManageEngine, a division of Zoho Corp, understand this criticality well and have carefully designed software that helps IT infrastructure management professionals …

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