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fusl [What is a Tier 1 Server?]
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adventure30 [What is a Tier 1 Server?]
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 ===== What is a "Tier 1" Server? ===== ===== What is a "Tier 1" Server? =====
  
-Tier 1 servers are the core DNS servers that host the actual authoritative zones for all [[dot|OpenNIC TLDs]] and the root (''.'') zone. For all zones in OpenNIC's aggregate root, these hosts, in accordance with the OpenNIC DNS Specification, provide authoritative response or referral to non-recursive queries from other domain name serverssuch as the Tier 2 servers.+Tier 1 serversare the core DNS servers hosting authoritative zonesfor all [[dot|OpenNIC TLDs]] and the root (''.'') zone. For all zones in OpenNIC's aggregate root, these hosts, in accordance with the OpenNIC DNS Specification, provide authoritative response or referralto non-recursive queries from other domain name serverssuch as Tier 2 servers.
  
   * They are also available as slave servers for OpenNIC SponsoredTLDs.   * They are also available as slave servers for OpenNIC SponsoredTLDs.
   * They are not appropriate for general public use.   * They are not appropriate for general public use.
  
-A list of all Tier 1 servers can be found [[https://servers.opennicproject.org/?tier=1|here]]+A list of all Tier 1 servers can be found [[https://servers.opennicproject.org/?tier=1|here]] and information on setting up a Tier 1 server is available [[tier1setup|here]].
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-You can find more information about setting up a Tier 1 server [[tier1setup|here]].+
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