We are offering quality and affordable DNS hosting since 2011.
All common records are supported, including non standard records ALIAS and FORWARD:
A, AAAA, ALIAS, CAA, CNAME, DS, FORWARD, MX, NS, PTR, SOA, SPF, SRV, SSHFP, TLSA, TXT.
We provide a set of 4 Anycast name servers distributed across the globe in 12 POPs (point of presence) accessible via IPv4 and IPv6:
- ns1.luadns.net (Anycast, 18.104.22.168, 2001:67c:25a0::1)
- ns2.luadns.net (Anycast, 22.214.171.124, 2001:67c:25a0::2)
- ns3.luadns.net (Anycast, 126.96.36.199, 2001:67c:25a0::3)
- ns4.luadns.net (Anycast, 188.8.131.52, 2001:67c:25a0::4)
We constantly improve and optimize our control panel for speed and easy of use.
A powerful template system which allows configuration reuse.
Domains can be redirected using our control panel, relative, exact and frame redirects are supported.
When you want to forward the emails for a mailbox or all emails for a domain to your Gmail/Yahoo/etc account.
A simple REST API which allows users to manage zones and records.
We know how frustrating is to wait minutes for changes to propagate so we designed the service to distribute the updates to name servers in seconds.
We support zone transfers (AXFR) so you can combine LuaDNS name servers with external slaves.
Keep your configurations in Git and deploy them with a
git push command. Lua scripting can be used
to generate records
(example git repository).
All our plans are coming with unlimited queries, to prevent abuses we impose a soft quota per user. The users who are reaching constantly their quota will be migrated to another set of name servers with unmetered bandwidth.
We do our best to keep our name servers and application online and functional. To avoid human errors we are using version control system (Git) and infrastructure automation tools (Puppet) to deploy and to manage our servers. The web application and name servers are constantly monitored with Nagios and we are paged when issues are detected.
To see our uptime stats click on image bellow:
For system status click here:
We follow industry best practices and we constantly are auditing the application and servers.
We are working with DNS technologies since 1998.
You are talking to real people, if you are not sure just try it. :)