A DNS Registrar is authorized by ICANN to sell domain names. They essentially do the admin work required for the Domain Name System. Registrars have become important because they are private companies and they have started to become more political in their policies for maintaining clients for DNS services.
Port 80 Redirect allows you to redirect web traffic to your local server to a port other than port 80. You do this because many ISP’s block port 80 and so you need to use […]
CNames map subdomains to domain names. You can point MAIL.domain.com to the Gmail portal for your company, or SALES.domain.com to SalesForce.com. This allows you to use an easy to remember naming strategy for users to […]