creoline DNS Server

What is DNS?

The Domain Name System (DNS) protocol is an important part of the web infrastructure and serves as the Internet's phone book: every time you visit a website, your computer performs a DNS lookup. Complex pages often require multiple DNS queries before they load, so your computer may perform hundreds of queries per day.


Configure your DNS settings to use the IP addresses and as your DNS servers. If you choose to use our DNS service, your server services will perform all DNS lookups via creoline DNS.

The creoline DNS service is only available for creoline servers.

Setup for Linux

The /etc/resolv.conf file must be adapted for setup under Linux. To do this, use the text editor nano with the command: nano /etc/resolv.conf.

# /etc/resolv.conf


A maximum of three name servers can be defined in resolv.conf. If you add further name servers, these are ignored and not used for DNS resolution.

IP addresses

IP address protocol IPv4 IPv4
2a07:6fc0:1:0:73::73 IPv6
2a07:6fc0:1:0:73::74 IPv6