Mission Control Public DNS Server

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a distributed naming system for computers, services, or resources connected to the internet or a private network. It translates domain names to IP addresses needed for locating computer services and devices worldwide. Without DNS, everything in the internet world would stand still. Therefore, DNS is an essential component for providing any kind of service in the internet and intranet.

Mission Control provides global enterprises and organizations with a fast, secure and reliable DNS service, which is well designed for global service delivery. It is also resilient against DDoS attacks and offers features for future expansion.

Whenever there are changes, Mission Control engineers review them and provide feedback if something does not look right. The Mission Control Public DNS Server includes various monitoring systems which make sure that the whole system is in a healthy state, for example by including a check that all slave hosts have the same zone data. The Mission Control tools allow administrators to see what is installed and to search for data, while statistics provide a valuable instrument for evaluation. In addition, the Mission Control Public DNS Server is completely IPv6 ready.

DNS statistics in the Mission Control Portal showing server response for the last 24 hours.
DNS statistics in the Mission Control Portal showing server response for the last 24 hours.

Anycast DNS

Anycast DNS is the ultimate way to make a DNS zone as reliable and as fast as possible, while reducing risk. DDoS attacks cannot affect the delivery of a zone via Anycast DNS. Also, the users will have a very low latency for DNS requests to that zone.

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