70+ locations around the world

Netnod’s world-class DNS services

“Robust DNS. Guaranteed.”

Millions of customers and end users benefit from Netnod’s DNS services every day. We serve many of the largest Top-Level Domain (TLD) customers and operate one of the 13 root name servers in the world. Netnod’s DNS services operate at the very core of the Internet where we have been ensuring the stability, resilience and high performance of critical DNS infrastructure for more than 20 years.

We have developed one of the largest, most advanced DNS anycast networks in the world. Our network is available in more than 70 locations globally which means that millions of users throughout the world are always directed to the closest available server. This ensures a quicker, more reliable experience for them and the most resilient, secure and easy to manage DNS services for customers providing web services.

DNSNODE is available for: 

Connect to DNSNODE and receive all the benefits of a service form the established experts in DNS anycast. Netnod offers TLDs, partners and enterprises:

  • More than a decade of experience running DNS anycast slave services with 100% uptime for some of the world’s largest TLDs
  • Expertise in security and stability developed over 20 years of running i.root-servers.net 
  • A global network presence with intelligent local connections based on advanced network architecture
  • Connections to the IXP community with an ever-expanding network based on thousands of peering arrangements
  • A resilient network designed for robustness and DDoS mitigation
  • Advanced monitoring and statistics
  • Security and standards compliance including DNSSEC and IPv6

 

DNSNODE for enterprises
The highest quality DNS anycast service
100% uptime with DNSNODE for partners

DNS
Domain Name Services (Pty) Ltd (DNS Ltd) provides the core registry systems and related services for the South African Central Registry (ZACR). This includes support for new gTLDs, including the much anticipated .AFRICA TLD, which will serve the entire African Internet community.