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What is a DNS?
Posted by Michael, Last modified by Kim S. on 24 February 2016 07:26 PM

DNS (Domain Name System) is a system that translates a your domain name from letters ( into a numerical IP address ( )

Each time you register a domain name you must specify your DNS information. If you register a domain name through, you can use our DNS information free of charge! This is known in the industry as "parking" a domain- parking is free using's servers.

You can also change the DNS information at any time, also free of charge, but be aware, your new DNS host may charge you a parking fee.

DNS is sometimes used to stand for "Domain Name Server", sometimes just called Nameserver.

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