An Introduction to Learning and Using DNS Records

The Domain Name System (DNS) essentially provides a phone directory for the Internet. You might want to type in apple.com to your web browser to buy iPhone accessories, but how will your request reach Apple’s web server at IP address 17.172.224.47? That’s what the domain name record system does for us.

Have read many DNS articles, but sometimes feel like never get a grasp of it. Probably just need more practice.

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