Adding a CNAME-record to a DNS-template/DNS-zone

A CNAME-record is used for specifying that a domain name is an alias for another domain. Follow the instructions below to set up an CNAME-record in the Realtime Register DNS-services.

When creating/updating a DNS-template/DNS zone and you need to add/update a CNAME-record, use the below instruction for adding/updating the CNAME-record in the correct format to/for the relevant DNS-template/DNS-zone that is to be created/updated.

To add/update a CNAME-record, make sure the CNAME-record type is selected from the list of available records
If applicable. submit a name for the CNAME-record in the name field and provide a valid domain in the content field. In case you wish to set a different TTL than specified in the SOA-record, submit a custom TTL for the CNAME-record as well.
That's all there is to for submitting a CNAME-record in the correct format using the various Realtime Register DNS services that are available in our portal

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