The Memset DNS manager allows you to add records for the following DNS Record Types:
An 'A' Record allow you to map a name value to an IPv4 address, e.g. "www" to "126.96.36.199". If no name value is provided then it will use the Domain Name of the Zone.
An 'AAAA' Record allow you to map a name value to an IPv6 address, e.g. "www" to "fd20:222A:0:0:1". If no name value is provided then it will use the Domain Name of the Zone.
A 'CAA' Record is used to specify the certificate authorities (CAs) which are allowed to issue certificates for the domain.
CNAME is short for canonical name, A 'CNAME' Record will continue with the address given.
An 'MX' Record is used to map a name value to a domain name, e.g. "mail" to "188.8.131.52".
A 'NS' (Name Server) record allows you to delegate a subdomain's DNS records to another nameserver.
Defines the hostname and port number of servers for specified services. Used by SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) and XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol).
When adding an SRV record to the DNS manager, the "name" field should be of the form:
The "points to address" field should be of the form:
<weight> <port> <target>
5 5060 sipserver.example.com
A 'TXT' Record can be used for human-readable text, but also machine-readable data such as SPF records and DomainKeys (DKIM) Records, Various Validation Services (Google, Facebook etc) and more.