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The Authoritative DNS server is the final holder of the IP of the domain you are looking for. When you write a domain name in your browser, a DNS query is sent to your internet service provider (ISP). The ISP has a recursive server, which might have the needed information cached in its memory. But if there is not, the recursive server tries to find it in other recursive servers. If it still can’t find the information, the last step is to get the IP address from an Authoritative DNS server.
The Authoritative DNS server is the name server with the original zone records. It has been configured from the original source, and it returns answers to queries that have been predetermined by the administrator.
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