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userguide:dns:primarydns [2014/07/22 06:16]
chris@virtbiz.com created
userguide:dns:primarydns [2014/07/22 06:48]
chris@virtbiz.com
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 [[userguide:​servermanagement|Server Management]] > [[userguide:​servermanagement:​networkservices|Network Services]] > [[userguide:​dns:​dnsmanager|DNS]] > Edit Primary Services [[userguide:​servermanagement|Server Management]] > [[userguide:​servermanagement:​networkservices|Network Services]] > [[userguide:​dns:​dnsmanager|DNS]] > Edit Primary Services
  
-Manage ​DNS records for domains and networks that this server is registered to serve. Primary DNS service is also called Master DNS service. ​ A primary DNS server maintains a list of name records and their associated IP addresses. This list is made available to other DNS servers if your domain is registered with your country-specific ​domain-naming organization+This is where a [[userguide:​vsite:​manageadmin|server administrator]] can manage ​DNS records for domains and networks that this server is registered to serve. Primary DNS service is also called Master DNS service. ​ A primary DNS server maintains a list of name records and their associated IP addresses. This list is made available to other DNS servers if your domain is registered with your domain ​name registrar
  
 To set up the primary DNS server on the server appliance, you need to use the "Add Record..."​ pulldown menu to configure the following DNS records: To set up the primary DNS server on the server appliance, you need to use the "Add Record..."​ pulldown menu to configure the following DNS records:
   * Forward Address (A) record   * Forward Address (A) record
 +  * IPv6 Forward Address (AAAA) record
   * Reverse Address (PTR) record   * Reverse Address (PTR) record
   * Mail Server (MX) record   * Mail Server (MX) record
   * Alias (CNAME) record   * Alias (CNAME) record
 +  * Text (TXT) record
   * Subdomain Delegation   * Subdomain Delegation
-  * Subnet Delegation 
  
-If there are no records defined, there are no authority selection options available. ​ If there are records defined, the "​Select Domain..."​ menu is available at the top of the screen. There are also two buttons available at the top of the Primary Service List table: Modify SOA and Remove Records. ​+Note: If there are no records defined, there are no authority selection options available. ​ If there are records defined, the "​Select Domain..."​ menu is available at the top of the screen. ​ 
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 +There are also two buttons available at the top of the Primary Service List table: ​ 
 +  * **[[userguide:​dns:​dns_soa|Modify SOA]]**: Modify the start of authority record for the selected domain or network. Every domain should contain a valid SOA.  
 +  * **Remove Records**:  Removes ALL of the DNS records for the selected domain or network. ​ All records will be permanently deleted from the server.
userguide/dns/primarydns.txt · Last modified: 2014/07/22 06:48 by chris@virtbiz.com