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Advanced DNS Zone Editor

What is Advanced DNS Zone Editor?
 
DNS is the component of the Internet which converts human-readable domain names (such as example.com) into computer readable IP addresses (such as 192.0.32.10). It does this according to DNS zone files that reside on your server and tie domain names to IP addresses.
 
There are several different types of records in a domain's zone file. This feature allows you to create, edit, and delete A, CNAME, and TXT records.
 


 
Reset Zone files
Warning: This feature will erase any modifications you have made to your zone records, either using this feature or using the Simple DNS Zone Editor. It will attempt to save TXT entries. Before using this feature, be sure to write down any changes you may want to save.
 
 
To reset your DNS zone files to the defaults:
1. Click the checkbox next to Are you sure you want to erase all entries and revert to the default state?
2. Click "Reset Zone File".
 
 
 
How to add a record in Advanced DNS Zone Editor?
 
How to add A record in Advanced DNS Zone Editor?
 
How to add CNAME record in Advanced DNS Zone Editor?
 
How to add TXT record in Advanced DNS Zone Editor?
 
How to edit a record in Advanced DNS Zone Editor?
 
How to delete a record in Advanced DNS Zone Editor?
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