DNS is the component of the Internet which converts human-readable domain names (for example,
example.com) into computer-readable IP addresses (for example,
220.127.116.11). It does this through 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 and delete A and CNAME records.
To add an A record, perform the following steps:
CNAME record stands for "canonical name record." This record creates an alias, which will allow a server to continue the DNS lookup under the new name.
To add a CNAME record, perform the following steps:
To delete an A or CNAME record, perform the following steps: