You can use our DNS hosting service to manage DNS records of your domains. You can manage up to 25 domains for free.
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Administrator email: Specify an email address of the administrator responsible for the domain’s DNS. It will be listed in the start of authority (SOA) records of the managed domains.
Name servers: Since you’re using our DNS service to manage DNS for domains added in the service, your Gcore NS values are already filled by default. Don’t change the value in this field!
Mail servers: Specify the mail server(s) that will manage email for this domain. Those servers will be listed in the MX records of your domain.
Subdomains: Enter the subdomains that will be automatically created and linked to your main domain. Those subdomains will be indicated in the A records of your domain.
Type: Indicate whether the new domain is a master or a slave domain. A master domain contains and manages records of the domain zone. Multiple slaves can be connected to the master. A slave domain receives and retains information about domain zones from the master.
Domain name: Enter the domain for which you wish to manage DNS records.
IP address: Enter the IP address of the server hosting your domain.
Administrator email (for the master type domains only): Specify an email address of the administrator responsible for the domain’s DNS. It will be listed in the Start of Authority (SOA) records of the managed domains.
You can view the created record in the Domain names tab.
Name: Enter a subdomain, excluding the main domain.
TTL: Indicate the duration for which a DNS record should be cached.
Type: Specify the type of record.
Additional fields: Fill in the fields that appear based on the record type. For instance, for an A record, an IP address is required, whereas for a PTR record, you need to specify a domain name.
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