Activation of DNS Hosting
In the main category, locate the DNS Hosting section.
Here, we need to order the free hosting service, which will be required for working with the Domain Name.
Set the payment period to 1 year and click Order.
Add the product to your cart. Click Activate.
Your order is being processed and will be available in a couple of seconds.
DNS hosting service is now activated!
You can find the login details for the control panel in the email associated with your Billing System account, or select the service and click the Instructions button.
In the opened window, you'll see information about the service, as well as login details for the control panel.
Follow the link and log in.
You've entered the control panel. Click on New Domain.
Enter the Domain Name itself, optionally, you can specify your email in the Email Administrator field (this is for direct communication with the Hosting provider in case of any questions) and click OK.
Your domain has been added to the panel.
Click on the domain line, and then click Records.
Here, you can see all the standard records for the domain name. Click Create.
In the Name field, enter "@" to apply the record to the main address, not a subdomain. Specify the IP address to which your domain should point and click OK.
Types of records:
A — specifies the address the domain will point to.
AAAA — also used for domain pointing, but for IPv6 addresses.
NS — used to specify the DNS server that will be used for the domain (ns1.spacecore.pro ns2.spacecore.pro).
MX — the record specifies the mail server for the domain name.
TXT — attaches textual information to the domain, usually used for domain ownership verification.
SRV — mostly used to specify data for special protocols (e.g., SIP, XMPP).
CNAME — creates aliases for the domain.
DNAME — used to create aliases for subdomains without affecting the main domain name.
PTR — associates an IP address with a domain name, usually required for mail services.
CAA — specifies certificate authorities.
DS — the record specifies a key for DNSSEC.
TLSA — used for TLS authentication.
Done, our A-record has been successfully added.
Now, we need to wait for a while.
Please note that if you rent your server from us, DNS updates will take a few minutes.
If you rent equipment (not a domain) from another provider, updates may take up to 48 hours.
After a short period of time (3-4 minutes), our Domain successfully redirects users to the desired website!