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    Free Name Server Providers

    Hi,

    The DNS i get provided with my domain isnt much good to be honest.

    I am wondering if anyone knows of an organisation that can provide a free NameServer service?

    Thanks

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    Google DNS

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesreedersmith View Post
    Google DNS

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    noo i am meaning name server providers who can mange the DNS settings for websites.

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    Not many free ones around that i know of but 123 reg are good and quite cheap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesreedersmith View Post
    Not many free ones around that i know of but 123 reg are good and quite cheap!
    I dont want to buy the domain i have one already.

    The DNS management in reg-123 isnt much cop.

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    I use the DNS Management of 123 reg for about 200 domains and its flawless. what problems have you had?

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    Its to basic

    Also you can leave a blank A record point to a IP. So your forces with:

    Code:
    http://www.example.com

    and you cant use

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    http://example.com

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    Im in the same case to, I cant seem to make a subdomain with my one, plus our .co.uk og our website, they dont have any dns management for it

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    +1 for opendns

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    Hello Everyone,

    A quick asied your may be intrested in GRC's*|*DNS Nameserver Performance Benchmark** for seeing which DNS servers are best for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Its to basic

    Also you can leave a blank A record point to a IP. So your forces with:

    Code:
    http://www.example.com

    and you cant use

    Code:
    http://example.com
    Just a fyi you can do that with 123-reg's dns as I have done it in the past. We (edugeek) are trailing easydns currently but its pay.

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    Free DNS, Static DNS, Dynamic DNS, URL Redirection, and more from EveryDNS!.

    I've used them for about 4 years, and they've been flawless. Free, but if you want unlimited domains etc... you can donate. I donate regularly anyway, as its a good service.

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    Would zoneedit.com be of any use?

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    Another vote for zoneedit

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