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Modify DNS settings for domain names using the default name server
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Query name servers
You can query the name names that are currently set for the domain name as follows:
You can use the nslookup command on Windows:
nslookup -q=NS dotroll.com Server: google-public-dns-a.google.com Address: 188.8.131.52 Non-authoritative answer: dotroll.com nameserver = ns1.dotroll.com dotroll.com nameserver = ns2.dotroll.com
Under Linux use the host command:
host -t NS dotroll.com dotroll.com name server ns2.dotroll.com. dotroll.com name server ns1.dotroll.com.
- Sign in with https://admin.dotroll.com with your username and password.
- Then, in the top menu bar, click Domains / My Domains.
- Select the domain name that you want to change and click on it.
- On the left, in Manage box, select the Manage DNS element.
- On the Manage DNS page you can:
- to modify an existing record
- or you can add a new record. Use the Add button at the bottom of this page.
- When you’ve made the settings, click Save Changes.
Supported DNS records
If you add a new record, the following record types are currently supported: