• What is DNS and How Does It Work?
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    What is DNS and How Does It Work?

    Allyson Larcom: It’s like a contacts app for all of the Internet. The domain name system, or DNS, is a naming database that locates and translates internet domain names into IP addresses, similar to a phone’s contacts list, matching names to numbers. Web browsing and most other internet activities rely on DNS to quickly locate an IP address in order to connect and access content. The DNS directory is distributed around the world to account for the millions of domain names listed and accessed every day. Because more than one person can search for the same website at the same time, a domain name can correspond to more than one…

  • cPanel CNAME Tutorial: Speed up your site with a CDN
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    cPanel CNAME Tutorial: Speed up your site with a CDN

    Hello! In this tutorial I am going to illustrate how you can set up CDNify with cPanel hosting account the first thing we need to do is add a new resource on our CDNify dashboard So click ‘Add new resource’. In this case our Hostname is going to be cdn.demo123.org and the Origin is simply going to be our top level domain, which in this case is demo123.org. We don’t need SSL support so you can then go ahead and click on the check mark and create the resource, and that will be automatically added to your account and rolled out across the edge servers. It is important to note,…

  • #14 Setup Domain Redirects for your WordPress Install | Make a WordPress Website on WPEngine
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    #14 Setup Domain Redirects for your WordPress Install | Make a WordPress Website on WPEngine

    In this lesson you will add your domain name to your WP Engine Install. Visit my.wpengine.com in your web browser. Enter in your Email and Password and click the Log in button, or if setup, let LastPass log you in. Enter in your Verification Code if 2-factor authentication is setup for your WP Engine account. From within your WP Engine Dashboard, click on the Install name you want to work with. From the Overview section, click on the Enter domain link. Click on the Add domain button. Enter in the main or preferred version of your domain name in the box. Click the Add domain button. Click on the Set…

  • 5 Best DNS Servers
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    5 Best DNS Servers

    Your ISP automatically assigns DNS servers when your router or computer connects to the internet via DHCP… but you don’t have to use those One reason you might want to change the DNS servers assigned by your ISP is if you suspect there’s a problem with the ones you’re using now. An easy way to test for a DNS server issue is by typing a website’s IP address into the browser. If you can reach the website with the IP address, but not the name, then the DNS server is likely having issues. Another reason to change DNS servers is if you’re looking for a better browsing speed, or block…

  • What is Server – How does Server work – Server explained – How server works
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    What is Server – How does Server work – Server explained – How server works

    Hey Guys Wassup, This is Yatin and welcome again to my channel Tech Karle, Guys you must heard about servers and its errors like server down server fail or unable to connect to the server. So what is Server in the world of internet , Today i will tell you what are the servers actually and how servers are working. So please watch the entire video and Without wasting time let’s get started. Guys everything which is connected via internet and has data that is working with servers and uploaded onto servers, Server is basically a machine or program which is serving us. Friends on daily basis we are mailing…

  • #15 Change DNS Records for Your Namecheap Domain | Make a WordPress Website on WPEngine
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    #15 Change DNS Records for Your Namecheap Domain | Make a WordPress Website on WPEngine

    Now you will finalize the pointing of your domain name to your WordPress web site. This step involves logging into Namecheap where your domain name is hosted, and adding information about where your web site … is hosted. First though, you will need the CNAME value for your WordPress Install on WP Engine. To get that, login to WP Engine. Within the WP Engine Dashboard click the Install name. In the Overview section, look for the CNAME value and copy it to the clipboard. This will be the same … as the WP Engine subdomain for the WordPress install. Now, visit namecheap.com/myaccount in your web browser. Enter your Username and…

  • What is a DNS Server | Domain Name Server / System Explained | How Internet Works
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    What is a DNS Server | Domain Name Server / System Explained | How Internet Works

    hello humans welcome to Alien Skills Hacking University today we will speak about DNS server what is a DNS server if you have seen my previous tutorial on computer networks you might be knowing by know that the computers will communicate with each other with an address known as the IP address the computers can only identify the IP address rather than a name if we consider the case of humans the humans can understand or remember names more than the numbers for example we can easily remember the address of different places but we cannot remember the latitude and longitude of that place it’s just the opposite in the…

  • Low Ping & No Lag – The DNS Server Hoax
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    Low Ping & No Lag – The DNS Server Hoax

    Hi my name is Chris and this is Battle(non)sense As many of you will surely know the Domain Name System Server or DNS Server does not affect the ping between your game client and the game server. But the videos that many tech YouTuber’s made about cloudflare’s 1.1.1.1 DNS Server and how much lower their ping was to that DNS server compared to in example google’s DNS servers, seems to have confused many gamers and created that rumour that changing your DNS server would also decrease your ping in online multiplayer games. Right after these videos appeared on YouTube I started to receive messages where I was asked to make…