A Domain Name Server (DNS) translates domain names to IP Addresses, so that
users of the systems may use easy-to-remember alphabetic names to the various
devices and servers used by them. Everytime you use a domain name, a DNS server
somewhere is responsible for this transalation.
InterPole provides its redundant DNS servers located geographically apart,
to serve such requests for its customers. Once a customer registers a domain,
we setup a DNS to point to a live public IP. It is also of good convenience
to have the IP of various servers on your WAN to be accessible with names rather
than IP Addresses. InterPole can provide this mapping to you as part of our
DNS Management Services.
InterPole also provides virtual Name Servers, where the customer can register
domains using their own custom nameservers, (NS.YOURDOMAIN.COM, NS2.YOURDOMAIN.COM)
instead of ours. In such cases, we setup and manage the virtual DNS for the