TTL (Time To Live) is the amount of time that your DNS record is cached in resolving name servers on the Internet, measured in seconds. TTL is defined in seconds and the default setting can be found in the zone file of your domain.
The Domain Name System (DNS) is an technology that will translate your domain into an Internet Protocol address (IP). By default you can use the following DNS records: A-Records Points the host name to a valid IP(v4). CNAME-Records Alias for another host name. Enter a valid host name/domain name in the content field. MX-Records Points […]
1. Login to your BigRock account. 2. Select the domain name to be updated. To see the particular domain click Manage Orders and select List/Search Orders from drop down menu. It will show the domain list present in the particular bigrock account. Click on the desired domain name for which you want to change name servers. 3. Change name […]
Log into your account with Godaddy. Next to Domains, click the DNS button. On the Nameserver Settings, select the change button and then click Enter custom name servers. The Add Nameserver menu will come up. Fill in both Newsys’s name server, then click the OKbutton. Nameserver 1: ns1.newsyshosting.com Nameserver 2: ns2.newsyshosting.com You are finished when you see a message stating “Your request has been […]
What is a nameserver? A nameserver (sometimes called a DNS server) is what translates a domain name or computer hostname to an IP address, which is a numeric pointer that identifies a computer on the Internet. Each computer/server etc. has an IP address that looks like four numbers separated by a dot: 22.214.171.124 192.168.0.2 10.1.2.3