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Root DNS Servers

A root  server is a serve which  consists of the entire  hierarchy  of servers. A root  server  usually  does not  store any  information  about  domains  but delegates its authority  to other  servers  keeping  references  to those  servers.

There  are several root  servers each  covering  the whole  domain  name space. The  servers are distributed al around  the world. In the internet  there are 13root DNS server ( Labeled a through  M.

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