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What is DNS!

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MadoGeek

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Hi I am MadoGeek

This is my first topic in "GeekstoGo" forum

I only want to know what the DNS of the home router

and what it benefits


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SleepyDude

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Hi,

 

Something to read... What is DNS?


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DNS stands for “domain name system.” Domain names are the human-readable website addresses we use every day. For example, Google’s domain name is google.com. If you want to visit Google, you just need to enter google.com into your web browser’s address bar.

However, your computer doesn’t understand where “google.com” is. Behind the scenes, the Internet and other networks use numerical IP addresses (“Internet protocol” addresses). Google.com is located at the IP address 173.194.39.78 on the Internet. If you typed this number into your web browser’s address bar, you’d also end up at Google’s website.


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ryancody

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Benefits of DNS:
1.Capable of providing security.
2.Errors are automatically checked.
3.Ease of using.
4.Flexibility of use.
5.Consistent to use.
6.Easy to maintain.

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