DHS provides three main services:
Static DNS: Users can create their own hostnames and either control it like they would a normal domain or they can have it pointed to a single IP address which allows the members to run their own web site and mail server with very little configuration.
Dynamic DNS: This service allows users who dial up with a modem to run their own mail server and web site over their modem. Since a lot of the people who use the Internet don't have static Internet Addresses, this allowed those others who wish to run their own web site on their own domain the option of doing it without paying extra money for a static Internet address.
AtHome web redirection: This allows those people who run sites on free web providers or on their ISP's web space to make it appear that they own their own domain. This is particularly popular as some members find that the URL of their web site is particularly hard to remember.
Note: It should be noted that DHS does not provide the actual hosting of the content on the sites, just the names.
DHS provides DNS and redirection services and very little hosting. The majority of sites are not hosted by DHS International