SOA (Start of Authority) Record

SOA (Start of Authority) records are used to determine how your zone propagates to the secondary nameservers. DNS Made Easy creates a default SOA record for each domain added into our system. However, you can create and customize your own … Continued

CAA Records

What are CAA Records? Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) records allow a domain name holder to specify one or more Certification Authorities (CAs) authorized to issue certificates for that domain.  (RFC 6844) CAA records are intended to prevent CAs from improperly … Continued

AAAA Record

AAAA records are IPv6 address records which map a host name to an IPv6 address. How to Configure USER ACTION STEP 1: Select the DNS Menu   USER ACTION WHAT YOU WILL SEE STEP 2: Select Managed DNS   USER … Continued

SRV Record

An SRV record is intended to provide information on available services for your systems, most commonly used with SIP configuration. SRV records have a unique system for naming. The naming system is an underscore followed by the name of the … Continued

HTTP Redirection Record

What are HTTP Redirection Records? For any redirects that point outside of your FQDN, you need to use a special kind of DNS record called an HTTP Redirection record. These records are actually an A record that points to a … Continued

POINTER (PTR) Record

Pointer (PTR) records are used for configuration of Reverse DNS. View the full tutorial for configuration of Reverse DNS. PTR records must be configured within Reverse DNS domains. Overview Reverse DNS is setup very similar to how normal (forward) DNS is … Continued