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Old 28th September 2009
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I currently have accounts with three domain registrars, hosting various domains for both business and personal uses. Each of these has varying degrees of functionality and I'd like to consolidate them to one DNS Hosting Provider. This provider must be able to offer me the ability to set all the usual (e.g. A, CNAME, MX, NS, SOA, TXT, PTR) and also offer the capability for URL redirection (i.e. my regional company domains like .eu and .cn that I simply point back to my main .com). I do not want to have to run my own DNS servers. Security and reliability are the most important concerns for me.

Initial searches have led me to check out DNSPark and UltraDNS. Has anyone had experiences (good, bad or otherwise) with either of these, or maybe suggest other providers which I should consider?

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