Adding a DNS record

  1. Click "Add a record".
  2. Fill out the form and click "Add to":
    • "Subdomain" — specify the name of the subdomain:
      • The name of the domain itself does not need to be specified.
      • When adding an entry for main domain — leave the field blank or specify a symbol @.
      • When adding an entry for all undeclared subdomains — specify a character * (means "any subdomain of the current domain").
    • "Type" — select the required recording type:
      • "A" - The IP address of the target server in IPv4 format.
      • "CNAME" - the canonical notation of the name (pseudonym). Can only be added for subdomains.
      • "MX" - domain mail servers that accept incoming mail.
      • "TXT" - arbitrary text entry. For example, used to work SPF and DMARC or domain verification in various services.Note When a TXT record is added for a subdomain directed only by means of a wildcard record (with a record of the form *.example.com) — will automatically create own address records for the same subdomain with www and without www with the IP address copied from the wildcard record.
      • "NS" — NS for subdomains. Attention! NS for the main domain are set to separate section.
      • "AAAA" - The IP address of the target server in IPv6 format.
      • "CAA" — an entry that defines which CAs are allowed to issue SSL certificates for a specific domain or subdomain.
      • "ALIAS" — virtual recordings... Allows you to achieve CNAME functionality for the main domain.
    • "Data" - specify the record data.
  3. Wait for the update DNS cache... This usually takes several hours (maximum 24).