Managing DNS Zone in Drupal Clusters

Drupal Clusters offers name servers to manage DNS records for your domain. If you are new to this, please follow the steps below. This article will show you the step-by-step guide.

  • Create your domain
  • Add your DNS records

Create your domain

1. Log in to the Client Panel

Please log in to the Control Panel with your credentials. And locate your target deployment on the Home page or the My Applications page.

2. Navigate to the "Site & SSL" page

Click the "Manage" button on the Home page or the My Applications pgae, followed by the “Site & SSL” tab. Then find the domain you would like to enable the SSL certificate for.

3. Add a domain

On this page, you can see that a default domain drupal-XXXX-0.cloudclusters.net is configured for each newly-created Drupal site. Locate the website and click “Create Domain” to add your customized domain.

Important:

  • you can use our name servers or yours. If you prefer to use your own name servers, you must make the "www" and "none" DNS records of your domain point to the IP address we provide in the Client Panel.

  • If you use our name servers, please set your domain’s name servers to ns1.cloudclusters.net & ns2.cloudclusters.net.

Click “Create Domain” to add your customized domain.

Add your DNS records

1. Go to the "Manage DNS" page

Click the icon at the end of the domain you just added, followed by clicking "Manage DNS". The DNS Settings dialog box will appear.

Important: If you didn't use our name servers and would like to change to ours, please click Enable DNS as illustarted in the following screenshot. In this case, you'll need to update the name servers at your current domain registrar to our name servers. And changes may take 2-24 hours to propagate.

2. Add DNS records

Click Add to add DNS records. We support five DNS record types, including A record, MX record, NX record, TXT record, and CNAME record.

Create an A record

An A record maps a domain name to the IP address (Ipv4) of the computer hosting the domain. By default, The system has created a blank A record and a www A record.

Create an MX record

MX records are used to specify the e-mail server(s) responsible for a domain name.

Before you create the MX record, an A record for the mail domain --"Record Name: mail; IP: Your mail IP" in this example -- should be created first.

Create an NS record

NS records identify the DNS servers authoritative for a zone.

Create a TXT record

TXT records are used to provide the ability to associate arbitrary text with a host or other name

Create a CNAME record

CNAME records can be used to alias a hostname to another hostname.

Should you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact us at support@cloudclustsers.io. We'd be happy to help.

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