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Suggested article: What is TTL?
TTL (time to live) in DNS is a setting that tells the DNS resolver how long to cache a query before requesting a new one.
Let’s check the following example - if the DNS TTL is set to 900 seconds (15 mins), the resolver will have to regather the details around a website like example.com every 15 minutes. So if 100 users visit the site in that period, they will all see the same thing until the resolvers update their TTL.
TTLs are particularly useful for websites that constantly and frequently make changes and updates. With a lower TTL, a website can receive the most recent updates more often.
It is essential to know that shorter TTLs can cause heavier loads on an authoritative nameserver but can be useful when changing the address of critical services like Web servers or MX records.
If you want to learn more about the TTL (Time to Live), we recommend you to take a look at the following article, which explains in detail what the TTL is!