The domain name system DNS is fiendishly complicated, and managing the nameservers that power it can be perplexing. Server administrators know how frustrating it is to change DNS configurations and patiently wait for them to propagate, only to find out something went wrong and the site is still unreachable. A website has a name, which is for humans, and an IP address, which is for the machines that route data around the internet. When you want to call someone, you search for a name, and the app gives you their number.
How to Set Up Nameservers in a cPanel & WHM Environment
Understanding How DNS Works
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Viewing DNS Records
The simplest way to understand how DNS records work is to use the analogy of a phone book listing. For instance, when you want to call someone, you look in the phone book for their name. The information listed under their name, will include their contact details.
DNS converts human-readable domain names for example, example. To perform this function, DNS relies on zone records that exist on your server to map domain names to IP addresses. To filter the list, enter a name in the text box. For each listed domain, you can perform the following actions:. To filter the list, enter a name in the text box or select an available record type filter. To add multiple records, click Add Record multiple times or select the desired record types from the list. The system adds the new records to the top of the table. These records allow DNS servers to identify and locate your website and its various services on the internet. Without appropriate A records, your visitors cannot access your website, FTP site, or email accounts. You can set the following values:.