Currently, requesting a website seems the easiest thing for users, no matter their geographical location. But the process for this task to be successfully executed is complex. Many actors get involved in the Domain Name System (DNS) scene for users in the world to navigate the Internet easily. Today, we are introducing Recursive DNS servers.
What do Recursive DNS Servers do?
Recursive DNS servers, also called DNS resolvers, are the type of servers that get DNS queries from users and have the responsibility of resolving them by searching for the necessary DNS records in the DNS namespace.