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DNS and Registrar

If I set up a DNS server at let's say my house, like with a Windows server. Would I be able to get a .com domain that will work with my games like Minecraft or TF2? Or do I still have to pay for a ...
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How can a domain name be registered and showing content but not have any DNS or nameserver entries?

I have done a whois lookup on theinsuranceemporium.co.uk but even though it outputs a test page at local.theinsuranceemporium.co.uk and a whois lookup shows the registering party, there are no DNS or ...
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Subdomains on .io domain [closed]

I am thinking about buying a .io domain. After reading their rules for domain-registration (nic.io Rules), I am not sure, if it's allowed to have subdomains on such a domain, because a subdomain is, ...
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Registrars who forward email without filtering? [closed]

I currently have my personal domain forwarded to my gmail account. Unfortunately, many emails to my domain are being incorrectly blocked by the registrar's mail agent's spam filter. I have tried ...
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Registered domain 'list'

This question is similar to what I am wanting, but not quite. I have searched, without even a hint of success, for a way to 'browse' all registered domains by TLD - not just per registrar. P.S.: If ...
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Run web site from home

I want to set up the web server at my home. I already have registered for the domain name. I do not want to use hosting services. How should I set up the Apache and the settings with the registrar of ...
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Is a DNS allowed to reply with different IP than the one stated at the records in the domain name registrar?

Is a DNS allowed to reply with a different IP than the one stated at the records in the domain name registrar? I am especially interested in the case where the DNS is provided by an ISP.
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Authoritative name servers and registrar

When I resolve a domain (let's say superuser.com), my request contacts the root servers, then the .com servers and they return the authoritative name servers for superuser.com... but do I get back the ...