DHCP and DNS Services
DNS and DHCP Service
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Managing multiple DNS entries and referring IP addresses is not very exciting, no matter how crucial it is for your network. Finding professionals with the right experience, skills, and motivation can be challenging for many businesses – this is why our managed services for DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management come as a tailor-made solution perfect for your changing requirements. In competitive and challenging economic business activity, we help companies reduce headcount and minimize expenses by managing DNS and DHCP servers. When you outsource your operations to us, we ensure that you make the most of your investment by effectively routing and managing your IP addresses and DNS entries.
DHCP & DNS:
The DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) and DNS (Domain Name System) are used to let your computer (or device) connect to the internet. These two are related to IP addresses. Let us help you deeply understand the difference between DHCP and DNS and how DHCP/DNS works.
- DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
- DHCP is a network protocol that enables devices like servers, desktops, or mobile equipment within the network to have an IP address and other related IP information.
- Most switches also apply DHCP to supply TCP/IP network services.
- For example, it helps automatically upgrade software on client systems.
DNS (Domain Name System):
DNS is used to convert a website name or domain name (example: www.domain-name.com) to its IP address and vice versa. This help the device connect to websites via the internet by matching human-readable domain names with the unique ID of the server.
Do you know that each domain can correspond to more than one IP address? Indeed! Some websites have many IP addresses that communicate with a single domain name. Your device reaches a website with a totally different server from the server that someone in another country would. For instance, this occurs when two end users are typing the same site name into their browser from two different countries.