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Let's say I have the domain example.com using the name servers dns1.example.co.uk and dns2.example.co.uk. If I've understood it correctly, this means additional lookups since the .com doesn't contain glue records for domains on other TLDs. In practice, is this a problem? Does it make lookups noticeably slower?

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is this a problem?

No.

Does it make lookups noticeably slower?

No.

It simple will not matter.

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