Understanding DNS record is easy. The only thing that you need a simple explanation. We will see what a DNS record is, and we will start speaking about one of the most used ones – DNS A record. It is the simple record that connects what you are typing in your web browser and the address of the site, but let’ go in-depth.
In the following page you can find in-depth information about the A record!
DNS and DNS records explained
We will not go into detail, but we should really define what DNS and DNS records are before we go to the topic of DNS A records.
We just started to chat about DNS records with the DNS A Records, and now we will see a second DNS record – DNS MX record. MX does not mean Mexican. It means Mail Exchanger. We will go into details about why such a DNS record must exist and why can’t we freely send emails the way we want.
Check this page if you need additional information about the DNS MX record!
What is a DNS MX record?
Every action that relates to domains needs DNS records for instruction. In the DNS MX record case, it is a text document, mail exchanger record, that shows which server is responsible for receiving the emails that go for a particular domain.
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DNS in short
DNS or domain name system is how the Internet is organized. Each host has its IP address and services that it uses. To access it and use those services, you will need to find it. The DNS is an international network of name servers that helps you navigate. It will translate your requests from words that you understand or commands on software to the language that the servers speak.
It is one communication level that we use without even knowing it!
DNS uses DNS records. Those are simple text messages with descriptions and instructions that servers understand. They link services, servers, and hosts. Thanks to those records, you don’t need to remember the IP addresses of sites you want to visit. You simply type the domain names in your browser, and you visit the site!