How-To Geek recently posted the following:
“Your Internet service provider runs DNS servers for you, but you don’t have to use them. You can use third-party DNS servers instead, which offer a variety of features that your ISP probably doesn’t.”
Continue to the article here. This has useful information that I didn’t cover in my previous blog.
I’d just like to add the comment that this is more about DNS resolution than about hosting your own domain, though third-party providers can do that for you, too.
- So You Need A DNS Server? (crossadept.wordpress.com)