DNS servers are used to translate user-friendly domain names (such as www.ksu.edu or www.k-state.edu) into numeric IP addresses (such as 18.104.22.168) in order to make a network connection to the remote service or host. Since it is the DNS servers that provide this service, you must configure your system with the numeric IP addresses of the DNS servers. This is not usually necessary for other services such as SMTP or POP.
The K-State DNS servers are located on a dedicated network that is directly connected to the network backbone.
The K-State DNS servers are for use by anyone on the K-State network.
Note: For security and performance reasons, the K-State DNS servers are configured to deny service to clients outside the K-State network.
|DNS server||IP address|
Note: These servers should be listed in a random order in your network-connection software to help distribute the load as seen in the example below.
To request a third-level K-State domain or to purchase a public domain, use the Domain Registration form in ServiceNow. From the Service Catalog, select Domain Registration in the IT Forms section.
Before sending your request, please read the DNS registration policy and guidelines.
To initiate a change or addition to a current domain, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the information request.
Yes. Please read the DNS registration policy and guidelines for information on having a public domain for your K-State organization.
Contact the IT Help Desk for assistance.