The ability to Add, Amend or Delete DNS Records is available by selecting the "Edit Records" button to the right of your chosen DNS zone listed on DNS Manager page, DNS Records are Zone specific so will apply to all Domains listed in that Zone.

DNS Zone Required

You will need at least 1 existing DNS Zone configured before you are able to add any DNS Records. More information on DNS Zones and how to create a DNS Zone, can be found here.

Zone Settings

There are some global Settings that can be applied to the Zone, from within the "Edit Records" Page. Here you can enter a friendly Zone Name to help you identify the Zone, and set the Default Time to Live for any DNS Records in the Domain.

Adding, Amending and Deleting DNS Records

DNS Record Updates

The Memset Nameservers are updated once every 15 minutes with any changes to the DNS Records, as such please allow upto 15 minutes for changes to be applied on our Namservers after they have been saved in your Control Panel.

Adding DNS Records

New DNS records are created using the bottom section of the Edit Records page. This section is labelled Add New Records.

The Add New Records section contains 5 blank DNS Records that can be used to create your DNS records at the same time. Once the records have been added, 

if more than 5 Records are required simply press the "Update" button to add your new records in and you will then have another 5 blank DNS Records available to configure. An example of this can be seen in the image below;

Existing DNS Records

Any Existing DNS records can be amended or deleted from the main section of the Edit Records page. This section is labelled Existing Records.

Each record will show the current record configuration and can be edited at any time, once any changes have been made, simply press the "Update" button at the bottom of the page to save your changes.

Removing DNS Records

To remove a DNS Record, simply tick the box in the "Delete" Column and then press the "Update" button at the bottom of the page to remove these DNS Records and save your changes. An example of this can be seen in the image below;