This section is for customers hosting domains with us:
- DNS Control Panel
- Anycast Server
- the.worldwide.nameserver.party (read more)
- ns0.nameserver.party (Reynolds, UK)
ns1.nameserver.party (Reynolds, UK)
ns2.nameserver.party (Reynolds, UK)
ns3.nameserver.party (Williams, UK)
ns6.nameserver.party (Geneva, CH)
ns7.nameserver.party (Geneva, CH)
- AXFR Server
- rsvp.nameserver.party (read more)
- Further Info
If you have a server hosted by us then you are welcome to use these as your resolvers:
We also operate resolvers with cryptographically protected transport technologies.
- Above addresses on port 853
- DNScrypt 2.faelix
- 2a01:9e00::54 and 2a01:9e00::54 on port 8443
and 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 also on port 8443
In addition, the DNS-over-HTTPS service is open to all, and will ensure that your DNS traffic is encrypted between your device and our resolvers.
- https://rdns.faelix.net/ on port 443
Having a trustworthy and uncompromised browser is a security concern for anybody who uses web-based control panels and administration tools. The best solution would be to have a different browser (or profile/container) for day-to-day browsing versus important tasks such as banking, billing, or service management. As an added layer of protection for this use-case we also provide a privacy DNS service. Based on Pi-Hole, by blocking advertising providers this should help reduce the attack surface of visiting websites and reduce the risk of your browser being infected during your surfing by a compromised advert carrying a drive-by exploit payload.
Our privacy DNS resolving service is open.
- https://pdns.faelix.net/ on port 443
Our “safety DNS” service uses Whalebone to block access to known malware-serving, command and control, phishing, and other high-risk domains. This service logs and retains DNS queries using virtual appliances hosted in our data-centres, and provides real-time dashboards of threat information for our network and security team to analyse.
The safety DNS resolving service is only available to customers (hosting, connectivity, or downstream networks).