Monitoring your DNS, should you do it?

DNS provides, have excellent security measures to protect your DNS and deliver outstanding performance. The paid plans include DNS Failover & Monitoring, DNSSEC, many nameservers, and even more Anycast DNS locations. With so many safety measures should you be monitoring your DNS or should you just leave it without supervision?monitoring

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DNS zone file and zone transfer

We have already covered the bases of DNS, so you know what it is and how does it work. This article will help you understand one of the concept inside the DNS – zone transfer. In order to explain it, let’s first see what a zone file is.

zone transfer

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Can we use free DNS? Free DNS vs. Premium

If you are searching already free DNS, you know what DNS is and for what it serves. The DNS will resolve your domain name. If you have more DNS servers and they are spread around the world, this process will be faster, and it will reduce the load. It will even add an extra level of protection, imagine if one of the servers is down, the users can still find your domain using the rest of the DNS servers.

Free DNS

Free DNS

Different companies offer such a Free DNS plan like us from ClouDNS.net. With this plan, you can manage your DNS. It has many of the features of a professional DNS plan. You can use up to 4 DNS servers and 3 DNS zones. You will have three mail forwards. This plan is popular among people who need Dynamic DNS for their connected devices like CCTV cameras and other security measurements. It is used for personal blogs or parked domains.

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Types of DNS records

Do you know what types of DNS records are out there? If you don’t know them all, don’t worry, we will explain them all in brief. By identifying them, you can easily manage your DNS plan in the best possible way.

DNS records

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What is Sender Policy Framework, and how to setup SPF record?

Have you ever received complaining messages from your users about emails sent to them from your email server, without your knowledge? Or maybe the emails you are sending are going directly to the users’ SPAM inbox?

Problems like these can seriously affect your business. Your clients can get phished and send their private information to a fake address which is pretending to be you. This can damage your reputation and can lead to different bans for you.

SPF record - preventing spam

If you have such problems, then you need a Sender Policy Framework (SPF) to prevent spoofing and improve the reliability of your e-mail server. It is a validation system that verifies the legitimacy of your email server.

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