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Verisign Public DNS is moving to Neustar
On Oct. 9, 2020, Verisign sold certain assets of its Public DNS business to Neustar. During the 4th quarter of 2020, the Public DNS service currently operated by Verisign will transfer to Neustar. This includes the address space for (220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, 2620:74:1b::1:1, 2620:74:1c::2:2), which will transfer to Neustar UltraDNS Public. No action is required for users of Verisign Public DNS – the migration to Neustar’s service will be automatic. Users are encouraged to learn more about Neustar UltraDNS Public, its features and terms of service at publicdns.neustar.
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The Domain Name System (DNS) is a central part of the Internet, providing a way to translate a domain name for a website you’re seeking into a numeric Internet Protocol (IP) address. Anything connected to the Internet - laptops, tablets, mobile phones, websites, etc. - relies on DNS to accurately associate domain names with their corresponding IP addresses. To get the most out of your online interactions, shouldn’t you choose a trusted provider that has unmatched DNS experience? Enter Verisign Public DNS.
Verisign Public DNS is a free DNS service that offers improved DNS stability and security over other alternatives. And, unlike many of the other DNS services out there, Verisign respects your privacy. We will not sell your public DNS data to third parties nor redirect your queries to serve you any ads.
Why Verisign Public DNS?
Confidence in a highly reliable public DNS platform
Robust protection from security flaws
Assurance that your public DNS data will not be sold to third parties
How Public DNS Works
User enters a URL
User enters the URL www.example.com into a web browser.
Verisign Public DNS Resolver
The domain is sent to a recursive DNS resolver.
Recursive resolver starts with the root server to find where to go to get the location for the requested top level domain name.
TLD Name Server
Recursive resolver checks with the Top Level Domain (TLD) Name Server to find where to go to get the location for the authoritative server for that domain.
This server knows the exact location for the full domain name and returns the answer to the recursive resolver (IP Address 22.214.171.124).
The recursive DNS resolver returns the actual location of www.example.com to the user.
The user’s web browser loads the page from www.example.com located at 126.96.36.199