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Improves Service Accessibility through Easy Domain Management

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a service that identifies and finds domain names on the Internet via accessible addresses. For example, when entering the URL 'http://www.example.com' in your web browser, the DNS service transfers the actual IP address corresponding to 'www.example.com' to the system, and the system can access the desired service with the received IP address. The DNS service allows users to build their own DNS server easily and operate stable services. It also supports various resource records and you can search, register, and modify the records conveniently. With the DNS service, users can register a new domain, migrate to the DNS service on the NAVER CLOUD PLATFORM, or register sub-domains to use.

Simple DNS Management
Simply add a domain to the web console to build and manage your own DNS. No need for DNS server management, such as building separate DNS infrastructure, installing or updating the DNS solutions, and managing the capacity or performance of the DNS server.
Providing Stable Service
Because several DNS servers are up and running, when one DNS server fails, other DNS servers can respond to the domain request to ensure service continuity. In addition, when changing the domain, data on the DNS servers is synchronized quickly to provide stable service.
Easy Domain Setup
The web console makes it easy to register, change, and manage the domain in just a few clicks. You can set various resource records such as IPv4(A), IPv6(AAAA), TXT, MX, NS, Reverse IP Lookup (PTR), and Sender Policy Framework (SPF). With the search feature, you can quickly search the resource records of the desired zone.

Our DNS service is useful when you have a domain address
but don't have your own DNS server or enough experience with DNS configuration.

Use Cases

When using the DNS service by registering a new domain

Create a new domain name and check the name server of the created domain. When creating the domain, register the provided DNS name server as the user domain’s name server in the domain registration authority or agency (Gabiya, KINX, etc.) Note: Since the DNS service of the NAVER CLOUD PLATFORM is not an agency for domain registration, you need to register the domain through a domain registration authority or an agency yourself.

When migrating from a third-party or self-owned DNS service to the NAVER CLOUD PLATFORM's DNS service

Create a new domain name in the DNS on the NAVER CLOUD PLATFORM. Migrate (replicate) the resource records, registered in the existing DNS management system, to the NAVER CLOUD PLATFORM's DNS resource record area. Change the operational domain's name server information to the name server information provided by the NAVER CLOUD PLATFORM's DNS. At this time, the user domain's name server should be registered with a domain registration authority or agency (Gabiya, KINX, etc.). It may take up to 48 hours to change the name server.

When operating a sub-domain on the NAVER CLOUD PLATFORM's DNS service

Create a new sub-domain and enter its resource record information. If migrating the sub-domain that has managed the DNS, migrate (replicate) the existing resource records. While setting the top-level domain's resource records, register the name server of the sub-domain as the NAVER CLOUD PLATFORM's DNS name server.

Resource Record

Resource Record Table
RecordContent
A RecordA Record specifies an IP address so that the IP address corresponding to domain name can be found by the domain name. You can specify the IP address (IPv4) of the owned domain and the sub-domain.
NS (Name server) RecordNS Record specifies the DNS server (Name server) of the owned domain. Generally, it is used to delegate the sub-domain name to another DNS server.
AAAA (IPv6) RecordThe AAAA (IPv6) Record specifies an IPv6 address so that the IPv6 address corresponding to the domain name can be found. You can specify the IPv6 address of the owned domain and the sub-domain.
CNAME (Domain alias) RecordCNAME (Domain alias) Record specifies an alias for the domain name. For example, when a server with the canonical domain name 'server2' is used as the 'www' server, specify 'www' as the alias of 'server2'.
MX (Mail server) RecordMX (Mail server) Record specifies the mail server of the user's domain and the sub-domain owned by the user.
PTR (Reverse lookup) RecordPTR (Reverse lookup) Record specifies the domain name corresponding to the IP address so that the domain name can be found by the IP address. This is the opposite of an A Record.
SPF (Anti-spam) RecordSPF (Anti-spam) Record specifies a security policy. Generally, this is for spam mail prevention and the IP address of the server that sent spam mail is specified to prevent fraudulent email addresses.
TXT (Domain description) RecordTXT (Domain description) Record sets text information for the domain. Its usage is almost the same as the SPF Record.

The DNS service is available free of charge for a limited time only.

Please note that customers using this service will be notified of the policy on transition to a paid service and fee plans a month prior to the transition date via email and SMS.

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