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13 03, 2018

How to add, edit and delete a DNS zone in a cPanel server?

By |March 13th, 2018|Articles, CPanel, Dns, Server Management|0 Comments

Configuring the DNS records for a domain is a simple task as far as cPanel server is concerned. cPanel offers 2 zone editors namely Simple DNS Zone Editor and an Advanced DNS Zone Editor to configure DNS records for a domain. Both the editors will facilitate to add A records and CNAME records. Let's [...]

16 02, 2018

How to configure a DNS cluster with WHM

By |February 16th, 2018|Articles, CPanel, Dns, webserver|0 Comments

A collection of name servers which share its records with each other is known as DNS cluster. They are physically separate name servers for handling web server requests. Suppose your name servers for a website are on different servers and if one server is down, the website remains up as the cluster maintains the functionality [...]

13 03, 2015

Domain name status codes

By |March 13th, 2015|Articles, Dns, Hosting|0 Comments

Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP) domain status codes, also called domain name status codes, indicates the status of a domain name registration. Every domain has at least one status code, but they can also have more than one. The status of a domain name can be seen in its who is information. To check the who [...]

28 08, 2009

Round Robin DNS

By |August 28th, 2009|Apache, Dns, Issues|1 Comment

Round robin DNS is a technique in which load balancing is performed by a DNS server instead of a strictly dedicated machine. A DNS record has more than one value IP address. When a request is made to the DNS server which serves this record, the answer it gives alternates for each request. For instance, [...]

18 02, 2009

Wild Card DNS

By |February 18th, 2009|Dns|0 Comments

For the DNS, edit the DNS zone file and add the following: Code: * IN A x.x.x.x (where x.x.x.x is the IP for the hosting account using the wildcard) Edit your httpd.conf config file for your web server and add a server alias wildcard for the host you want to have wildcards: Code: ServerAlias *.mydomain.com

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