What is DNS?

What is DNS?

DNS (Domain Name Server) is used to map domain names to IP addresses and vice
versa. Domain Name Servers maintain central lists of domain name/IP addresses and
map the domain names in your Internet requests (Internet Explorer Address bar) to
other servers on the Internet until the specified website is found.
 

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