An A record is a type of DNS record that maps a name to an IP address. For example, the A record for serverfault.com is 64.34.119.12

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DNS not resolving for *some* people/locations

We created a new sub-domain (via A record) but it is not resolving for everyone. It's been working for me and some others for about a week, but others still cannot access the site. I don't think ...
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Using www.example.com as the A record

I want example.com and *.example.com to always resolve to www.example.com So if I set the DNS records as: www A server ip (root) CNAME www.example.com * CNAME ...
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DNS NS Records vs A Record

I wish to have someone point and resolve their domain to my web server to begin serving their pages. Is it enough to have the person set only the NS1 and NS2 records to my name server, or must they ...
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Multiple DNS records pointing to a single domain

Our business currently subscribes to a DSL internet connection. We're moving away from this and in fact will have two 3Mbps dedicated fiber connections run into our operations center in the coming ...
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How to set up a BIND DNS server to respond a single IP address to any request on Windows?

I want to configure a BIND DNS server (since Windows Web Server 2008 does not have DNS service, I had to install BIND) that responds any request with a single A record. I had set up a * record but it ...