Having 100 % control of your domain names is something rather important and being able to access and edit the DNS records for each of them is one of the things you need to look for when you search for a registration or a shared hosting provider. Maybe 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, such as the A record, which is the IP address of the server hosting the website, and the MX records, which show the server that deals with the emails for a certain domain. These records are used if you'd like to have your web site with one provider and the emails with another, for example. You can also use a domain name for a non-website service or forward the traffic to it by using special records. Some companies ask for an additional fee to provide access to edit specific DNS records other than the name servers.
Full DNS Management in Shared Hosting
You will have 100 % control over the DNS records of your domain names and subdomains with any one of our shared packages. Through the Hepsia hosting CP, you'll be able to access an easy-to-use tool where you can find all current records or set up new ones with no more than a few clicks. Aside from the standard A and MX records, you can set up CNAME, TXT, SRV, and you could also set up private name servers for any domain name that is registered through us. The custom records will give you a lot of flexibility and will allow you to do things like hosting a subdomain on our servers while the main domain is hosted somewhere else or or vice versa, using a third-party e mail service, etc. We'll never ask for any fees from you to be able to manage the DNS records of your domain names plus the service comes standard with all shared plans.
Full DNS Management in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The semi-dedicated packages are handled using our in-house built Hepsia hosting CP and one of its features is an easy-to-use DNS records tool where you can see all existing records for each domain address or subdomain you host inside the account. With just a few clicks you are going to be able to modify any existing record as well as to create a new one if you need it for any purpose. This will allow you to choose the provider for each individual service - as an illustration, for a given domain address you can have the website here, the emails through a second provider plus a VOIP service that employs the same domain address as a host through a third one. Our system allows you to modify or set up any type of records you need - NS, A, MX, CNAME, TXT, SRV, AAAA, and so on., and we'll never ask for any fee to be able to access and manage these records as other providers may do.