In this documentation, we can check how to manage DNS zone from WHM.
Add a DNS Zone
Edit DNS Zone
Please check the brief description of the zone and records.
cPanel first – It shows the version of cPanel & WHM and build number.
Update_time – Date and time of the last update to the zone file.
Cpanel::ZoneFile::VERSION – Zone file version that cPanel & WHM uses.
hostname – The server’s hostname.
latest – The current cPanel & WHM version on the server.
Zone file for – The DNS zone’s domain.
$TTL – The default time to live in seconds. It specifies how long clients cache DNS zone data.
Domain – Domain name.
TTL – The DNs entry’s Time To Live.
Record Type – The DNS record type.
SOA – Start Of Authority record. It contains the authoritative information.
NS – Nameserver record. Specifies the hostname that used to search for the domain.
A – Address record. Matches the domain name to an IP address.
MX – Mail Exchange Record. It matches the list of servers that handle mail of the domain.
CNAME- Canonical Name record. It matches the domain name to an alias.
If you want to add new entries, we can add it in the section ‘Add New Entries Below this Line’.
After updating the details, click ‘save’ button to save the details.
Delete a DNS Zone
This option allows you to delete the DNS zone of a domain.
Reset a DNS Zone
That is how we can manage DNS zone from WHM.
If you need any help managing DNS, please reach our support department and we will do it for you.
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