In this article, we go through less common DNS records to find out what they are, why they exist and how we can use them.
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As the name implies, Reverse DNS is the inverse of normal (forward) DNS. DNS (Domain Name Service) translates a human readable URL or domain name into an IP address for the computer to read. Reverse DNS is useful when you have an IP address and need to find the domain name.
In this article, we take a look at what Reverse DNS is, how it is used and why you may need to set yours up.
Here are a few pointers to help keep your DNS zones pure and fast according to industry best practices.