Manage CNAME records

From NETIM
(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Text replace - "Your Account" to "Netim Direct")
m (Text replace - "section "Domain Names"" to "section "Domain Services"")
 
Line 7: Line 7:
 
  [[File:Warning.gif|link=]]This feature is for experimented users. Please use this feature only if you know what you are doing.
 
  [[File:Warning.gif|link=]]This feature is for experimented users. Please use this feature only if you know what you are doing.
  
Log on '''[https://netim.com/direct Netim Direct]''' section "Domain Names" >> "Domain Management", from here, open the scrolling menu "Services management", select "DNS Settings"
+
Log on '''[https://netim.com/direct Netim Direct]''' section "Domain Services" >> "Domain Management", from here, open the scrolling menu "Services management", select "DNS Settings"
  
 
Above all, please read the following tutorial:
 
Above all, please read the following tutorial:

Latest revision as of 08:38, 24 March 2018

This tutorial will help you to set up your DNS domain name especially if you want to change your website score, or its subdomain, using a CNAME.


Use case:
- You are using a specific host services which does not support the DNS servers management (Example mac.com, powerboutique.fr, typepad.fr).
- You have a dedicated or local web server
Warning.gifThis feature is for experimented users. Please use this feature only if you know what you are doing.

Log on Netim Direct section "Domain Services" >> "Domain Management", from here, open the scrolling menu "Services management", select "DNS Settings"

Above all, please read the following tutorial:

Use the DNS settings service

[edit] Fleche.gif Change CNAME records

For example, we will modify the score of the www subdomain using a CNAME.

1. Enter the feature "Advanced DNS"

2. Identify if there is already a record for the subdomain to change and if it is the case, delete it.

(Generally, there is already a type A record).

3. In the Address field, enter the subdomain name

4. In the canonical name field, indicate the new CNAME record value

(Necessarily a name and not an IP)

5. Click on <OK>

6. The new CNAME record is added to the DNS records list

Warning.gif This change causes a new DNS setting and will be effective from 24 to 48 hours.


Cname.png
Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
Actions
Your account
Domain names
Shared Hosting
Old Hosting offers
SSL Certificates
Resellers
Affiliates
Contact Us
Miscellaneous