Category Archive: DNS Records

What is TTL and how to edit the TTL setting of an existing DNS record?

The TTL or Time To Live DNS records are set by an authoritative nameserver for a particular resource record. TTL defines the duration in seconds that the record may be cached by client side programs. To edit the TTL setting of an existing DNS record, you just need to find the record in the domain/subdomain’s …

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How to add an SRV record for a domain?

To add SRV type of record, click on Add New Record, then select the desired domain from the ‘Hostname’ drop-down menu. Choose “SRV” for type, then fill in the value, service & protocol, weight, port and priority. Example of SRV Record with syntax: _http._tcp.my-best-domain.com IN SRV 0 5 80 www.my-best-domain.com You can read more information …

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How to add a TXT record for a domain or subdomain?

To add a TXT record, click on the ‘Add New Record’ button, then select the desired domain from the ‘Hostname’ drop-down menu. If the record will be added for a domain, leave the field before the drop-down menu empty. If it is for a subdomain, type in the subdomain name. Example: to add a TXT …

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How to add an NS record for a domain or subdomain?

To add an NS record click on the ‘Add New Record’ button, then select the desired domain from the ‘Hostname’ drop-down menu. If the record will be added for a domain, leave the field before the drop-down menu empty. If it is for a subdomain, type in the subdomain name. Example: to add an NS …

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How to add a CNAME record for a domain or subdomain?

To add a CNAME record click on the ‘Add New Record’ button, then select the desired domain from the ‘Hostname’ drop-down menu. If the record will be added for a domain, leave the field before the drop-down menu empty. If it is a subdomain, type in the subdomain name. Example: to add a record for …

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