Stealth NS records are sent when the authoritative zone file has been delegated to a different nameserver. For example, at the registrar level, I delegate to use the following nameservers for my domain, ‘massivedns.com’: ns1.massivedns.com ns2.massivedns.com However, when a user … Continued
NS records are responsible for identifying the nameservers that are authoritative for your domain name, i.e. ns1.massivedns.com and ns2.massivedns.com Additionally, NS Records can be used to delegate a zone to a different nameserver if you wish to off-load the responsibility.
Nameservers are responsible for translating human-readable domain names (such as massivedns.com) into an IP address. Nameservers are similar to address books, a person looks up the address (domain name) and the address book (nameserver) provides the location (IP address). Each … Continued
Glue records are the binding (or glue) of IP addresses to your nameservers, e.g. ns1.domain.com = 188.8.131.52 ns2.domain.com = 184.108.40.206 Glue records are held at the parent (GTLD / ccTLD / sGTLD) nameservers. Example Scenario: Domain Nameservers Without Glue Records … Continued