Knowledgebase: DNS Management
What is DNS and how to manage?
Posted by , Last modified by Ugnius S. on 07 November 2017 10:58 AM

DNS is an abbreviation of a domain name system. It is a technology which translates domain names into IP addresses. In the end, it is easier to remember a domain name rather than an IP address. As computers access data using IP addresses, this simplifies the process.

By adding a new zone in your DNS management settings, you will get your default DNS Resource Records. Simply use the nameservers shown with your domain - and you're all set. If you need something extra, you can add various additional records - A, CNAME, TXT, MX and others. Click here to find out more about different types of records.

To start managing your domain name settings, log in to your Client Area and click on DNS Management. If you have any troubles using DNS Management section, feel free to look around our knowledge base for related articles or contact support@host1plus.com 

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