The Domain Name System (DNS) is a system used to convert a computer’s host name into an IP address, on the Internet.
For example, if a computer needs to communicate with the web server “example.net”, your computer needs the IP address of the web server “example.net”.
The DNS is sometimes called the Internet’s telephone book because it converts a Website’s name that people know, to a number that the Internet actually uses.
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The Internet should be a public good
The Internet was built by public institutions, so why is it controlled by private corporations?
On October 1 2016, the Internet has changed and no one noticed:
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- https://ens.domains - ENS domains
- https://fleek.co/ens-domains - ENS Domains?
- https://fleek.co/handshake-domains - Handshake Domains?
- https://github.com/okTurtles/dnschain - secure & decent DNS
- https://github.com/moderntld/.o - .o the ".o" TLD on OpenNIC
- https://github.com/opennic - alternative to ICANN and its registries' DNS root
- https://hdns.io - HDNS is a DNS resolver for Handshake websites
- https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Domain_name_resolution - domain name resolution
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A DNS server, a DHCP server with support for DHCPv6 and PXE, and a TFTP server
DNS server designed for local caching of DNS information. Correctly configured, it can significantly increase browsing speed on a broadband connection.
Compared to BIND or dnsmasq it can remember its cache after a reboot.
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