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What is a DNS pointer?
A DNS pointer is a record in DNS that points a domain name to an IP address (an A record, or an AAAA record for IPv6 addresses) or to another domain name (a CNAME record). Using our free DNS and www forwarding service, you can manage DNS pointers for your domain yourself through the control panel on our webpages.

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