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This article will help you utilize our DNS Management within your Console account. Please bear in mind that in order for this to work correctly you must first make sure that your nameservers for your domain are set to NS1.EXTNS.NET and NS2.EXTNS.NET. Once this has been completed, follow the steps and screenshots below to add domains, remove domains, and edit existing DNS zones.

To Add A New Domain

  1. Visit https://console.100tb.com/


  2. Enter your 100TB username and password. Click "Login".

  3. Click "DNS" in the "APPS" section on the left-hand side of your screen.

  4.  Click "Add".

  5.  Enter the new domain name and a default IP address for its DNS records. Click "Add".

  6.  The domain has now been added.

To Remove A Domain

  1. Visit https://console.100tb.com/


  2.  Enter your 100TB username and password. Click "Login".

  3. Click "DNS" within the "APPS" section on the left-hand side of your screen.

  4. Find the domain in the list provided or enter it in the search box on the right-hand side of your screen. Select the domain name you would like to remove.

  5. Click "Remove".
  6.  Click “Yes”.

  7.  The domain has now been removed.

To Edit An Existing DNS Zone

  1. Visit https://console.100tb.com/


  2.  Enter your 100TB username and password. Click "Login".

  3.  Click "DNS" within the "APPS" section on the left-hand side of your screen.

  4.  Find the domain in the list provided or enter it in the search box on the right-hand side of your screen. Select the domain name that you would like to edit the DNS for.

  5.  Click "Edit".

  6.   Select the tab that corresponds with the type of record that you need to create or edit:

    -A: Points the domain or a subdomain to an IPv4 address

    -AAAA: Points the domain or a subdomain to an IPv6 address

    -MX: Specifies hostnames for the server(s) that will be receiving your email

    -CNAME: Points the domain or subdomain to another hostname rather than IP address

    -TXT: Adds text-based instructions for the domain or a subdomain. Mainly used for SPF and DKIM records

  7.  Click on an existing record, or click "New Record". The "@" symbol represents the bare domain.


  8.  Enter the new "Host", "TTL", "Address" and "Priority" as needed. Click the '+' icon.


  9.  To remove an existing record, click the “X” icon.


  10.  Continue making any further changes. When you are finished click "Close".


 

Contact Support

If you have any questions about this process, please contact our technical support team by opening a chat or creating a ticket