Cnet article about DNS outages at Comcast explains DNS as:
"The DNS system essentially routes one's Internet protocol address to the appropriate Web site that the user wants to visit. "
Original Article here. Screenshot of article is at this link.
They got that wrong, and backwards.
Essentially, a DNS server resolves the hostnames to an IP address.
Stop smoking, Cnet...!!
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