Table comparing the basic and premium DNS management pack
|Capabilities||Basic DNS package manage||DNS Premium management pack|
|Free DNS-servers located in different data - centers: the Netherlands (NL) and the U.S. (US).|
|Types of records available for editing: A, AAAA, MX, CNAME, TXT, NS.|
|Predefined settings for Google Applications.|
|Domain auto renewal option.|
|The total number of A and CName records.||5 entries||Unlimited.|
|Working with subdomains.|
|URL and E-mail forwarding.|
|Edit SOA record.|
|Editing values TTL.|
Domain – an alphanumeric name that uniquely identifies a particular website.
DNS – a network service that provides information about domains. Each computer connected to the Internet has a unique IP-address, made up of many numbers that are difficult to memorize. A Domain Name System (DNS) allows you to replace the numbers with a description of your choice, making it easier to find the correct one.
A – a record that binds the hostname to an IP-address where the resource is located.
AAAA – a similar record, but which uses the address of the new standard IPv6.
CNAME – the canonical name or "alias" for a simple and used to redirect requests from one domain name to another.
MX – entry points to the IP-address of the mail server in this domain.
NS – indicates the IP-address of the DNS-server for this domain.
TXT – indicates the IP-address of the DNS-server for this domain.
SOA – a parameter that specifies which server stores the reference entry for your domain, contact information for the person responsible, and the caching of information about DNS-server interaction.