Having complete control over your domains is something quite necessary and to be able to access and edit the DNS records for each of them is among the things you have to look for when you search for a registration or a shared web hosting provider. Perhaps you have heard of the so-called “name servers” that show where a domain address is hosted, but below them you will find a whole group of records, for example the A record, which is the IP address of the server hosting the site, and the MX records, which show the server that manages the emails for a specific domain name. These records are employed if you wish to have your website with one company and the e-mails with another, for instance. You can also use a domain for a non-website service or forward the traffic to it by using special records. A lot of companies ask for an extra payment to grant access to edit particular DNS records other than the name servers.

Full DNS Management in Shared Web Hosting

If you buy a Linux shared web hosting from our company, you'll have full DNS control for each and every domain name through your Hepsia hosting CP. With only a couple of clicks you'll be able to see all present records for a specific domain or subdomain, you can also create any kind of new record - A, AAAA, MX, CNAME, SRV, TXT etc. These records are used for various purposes - determining the web or email server, using a domain name for a VOIP host name, and so on. You'll also be able to set up private name servers for any domain address registered through us. The DNS Records section of the CP is user-friendly and with a comprehensive Help section in which you can find more details about the purpose of the various records and how to create them. The DNS administration services come as a part of the plans and at no extra charge.

Full DNS Management in Semi-dedicated Servers

You are going to have full control over the DNS records of your domain names and subdomains if you purchase any of our semi-dedicated server plans. The accounts are managed via our custom Hepsia CP and one of its features is a sophisticated, albeit super easy to use section where you could see, set up or modify any sort of record - A, MX, CNAME, NS, AAAA, TXT or SRV. There isn't any fee for that and you're going to have absolute freedom with regards to managing your domains and picking the best service for them. As an example, with only a few mouse clicks you can set up each of the domains within your account to have its site handled by one provider and its emails by another, or you can use a domain address as a host name for a VOIP server, which runs on a separate machine. Additionally you can set up and use private name servers so that you can give your domains more credibility in case that somebody checks them.