What is a Root Name Server? | DDI (Secure DNS, DHCP, IPAM) | Infoblox
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What is a Root Name Server?

A Root Name Server is a name server for the domain name server’s root zone that directly answers requests for records in the root zone and also answers other requests, returning a list of the designated authoritative name servers for the appropriate top-level domain; hence, the server to query when looking up a top-level domain name.

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