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How DNS Works

How DNS Works

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Before the requesting DNS server sends a query, it checks its cache to identify if the responding DNS server supports EDNS0. If the
responding DNS server supports EDNS0, the requesting DNS server attaches an OPT resource record to the additional section of the query
it sends. (All queries have five sections: header, question, answer, authority, and additional.) If, according to the requesting DNS server’s
cache, the responding DNS server does not support EDNS0, the requesting DNS server will not attach an OPT resource record to the query
before it is sent.

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