This feature allows you to set up a DNS zone on your server.
An A entry points a hostname or domain to an IP address, which allows other computers to find your server on the internet.
You can offload certain functionality to a linked server.
This feature allows you to delete DNS zones from your server.
This interface allows you to configure a DNS cluster and add servers to an existing DNS cluster.
This feature allows you to edit the records in a domain's DNS zone file.
DNSSEC adds a layer of security to your domains' DNS records.
Use this interface to manage your dynamic DNS (DDNS) domains.
This interface allows you to edit the templates that cPanel & WHM uses to create DNS zone files for new domains.
This interface lets you configure the entry for each destination mail server.
This feature creates DKIM and SPF records for all accounts on the server.
A DNS cluster is a group of nameservers that share records with each other.
This document explains how to clear the DNS cache from various operaing systems.
This document will explain how to identify your domain’s registrar.
This document describes how to list domains with DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) on a server.
The document describes methods that allow you to modify your workstation's /etc/hosts file.
This document describes how to rotate a domain's DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) keys on a server.
cPanel's PowerDNS implementation reads DNS data from the BIND files and stores DNSSEC data in a SQLite database.
The Nameserver Record Report interface lists the server's nameserver information.
This interface allows you to select your server's nameserver software or to disable DNS services.