- Can a domain name have multiple IP addresses?
- Can you have multiple IP address for a single domain name in a DNS server?
- Why would a website have multiple IP addresses?
- Can you have multiple domain names one website?
- Why do I have 2 IP addresses?
- What is DNS load balancing?
- Can I have more than one a record?
- How is domain name registered?
Why are there multiple IP addresses associated with a single domain name (e.g.
The configuration in each network assigns different DNS servers for IP address lookup, which can lead to different IP addresses for one site.
Can a domain name have multiple IP addresses?
Yes, that is possible, and will need to be two A records. This is called Round-Robin DNS. Clients will semi-randomly use one of the two addresses. The certificate is not tied to the IP address, only to the domain name,so if it is installed on both servers, there should be no issues with SSL.
Can you have multiple IP address for a single domain name in a DNS server?
To answer your question in short, yes it can happen. DNS, the Domain Name Service, as you would know, is used to help us resolve Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDN) to IP addresses. This is what gives a DNS name multiple IP addresses.
Why would a website have multiple IP addresses?
A Website can have multiple IP addresses when you hosted it at multiple locations. Why? It can be for load balancing or redundancy.. Or to serve web pages based on the user location etc..
Can you have multiple domain names one website?
Pointing two URLs to the same website is a good way to direct traffic to your site from several different domain names. You can accomplish this in two ways: either redirect one of the URLs to your primary domain, or create an alias for one of the URLs. The alias would point that domain towards your primary domain.
Why do I have 2 IP addresses?
It’s because your Ethernet (cable) network card and your WiFi network card is just that, two different network interfaces. That means that to function, each of them have to have an IP address, given by your router. The cable, WiFi, and two more from some “virtual” network interfaces that provides a VPN connection.
What is DNS load balancing?
DNS load balancing is the practice of configuring a domain in the Domain Name System (DNS) such that client requests to the domain are distributed across a group of server machines. A domain can correspond to a website, a mail system, a print server, or another service that is made accessible via the Internet.
Can I have more than one a record?
You can’t use multiple records of the same name and type with simple routing. However, a single record can contain multiple values (such as IP addresses). For example, use multivalue answer routing when you need to return multiple values for a DNS query and route traffic to multiple IP addresses.
How is domain name registered?
Getting a domain name involves registering the name you want with an organisation called ICANN through a domain name registrar. For example, if you choose a name like “example.com”, you will have to go to a registrar, pay a registration fee that costs around US$10 to US$35 for that name.