Custom routing logic using Filters and GeoProximity rules
GeoDNS is routing logic that sits in front of your records and filters in traffic that meets certain parameters that you define. You can use GeoDNS to block traffic from reaching your servers or to optimize user experiences for different locales.
✓ Build your own Content Delivery Network (CDN)
✓ Geographic load balancing
✓ Block malicious or unwanted traffic
✓ Optimize routing for different networks or regions
Unfamiliar with GeoDNS technology? Check out this before you continue.
IP Filters are rules you can apply to your records.
If a user meets the requirement(s) of the filter, they will be answered with that record. Otherwise, they will be answered with the World/Default.
IP Filters can be used to:
✓ Build a firewall at the DNS level that allows you to block malicious traffic before it even reaches your servers.
✓ Create unique rules for mobile traffic, countries, cities, even IP addresses.
Filters can be created for: regions, countries, cities, IP addresses (IPv4 and IPv6), ASN (Autonomous System Network) of the resolving name server, or EDNS client subnet.
Available for A, AAAA, CNAME, and now ANAME records.