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Every ISP makes its own choice about what Root is used to provide access to the Internet.

What is an ISP?

An Internet Service Provider (ISP) is a corporation that provides access to the Internet. Customers use this ISP to connect to Web Sites on the World Wide Web (WWW). On the World Wide Web, Domain Names are used to find these Web Sites. Every ISP makes its own choice about what Root is used to provide access to the Internet. The Root allows the Internet User (you) to find web sites, or not.

When your ISP has chosen to use a Root that does not know to find all web sites, you are not able to see them. More and more Internet Service Providers resolve from the Public-Root. Public-Root is the only Root that allows you to see all web sites on the Internet.


Only ISPs that upgraded their DNS to resolve from the Public-Root provides unlimited access to all Internet Sites and resolve the whole Inclusive Name Space.

Today most ISPs are still depending on the ICANN Root, that is under the auspices of the US Government, to determine what web sites their subscribers may or may not see.

If you are an ISP that would like to have more information about how to use the public DNS and become independent from the US Government, upgrade your Name-Servers to resolve all TLDs now, or click here for more information.




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