Configure DNS Failover with a Template

Templates allow you to reuse records and configurations, like failover, across multiple domains. 1. In the sidebar menu click on Managed DNS, and then select Templates from the drop down menu. 2. Select the template you want to configure with … Continued

Weighted Round Robin

Weighted Round Robin allows you to distribute uneven amounts of traffic across your endpoints. This is great way to prioritize servers and resources in your network that have more capacity. You can also use weights to slowly roll out an … Continued

How to Setup Round Robin with Failover

You can combine DNS Failover with some of our load balancing features, like Round Robin. Round robin records contain multiple IP addresses or hostnames (depending on record type). Every time the record is queried, it will cycle through the endpoints, … Continued

ITO Record Pools

Latency-based Load Balancing This type of load balancing uses integrated monitoring checks, like Round Robin with Failover, but also accounts for the round trip time (RTT) of the systems in your load balancing configuration. You can configure your pools to … Continued

Regional Failover

Regional failover allows you to specify a backup system in the same or a neighboring region that will handle traffic in the event that the primary system fails.  It’s easy and absolutely necessary to have failover configured, no matter what location-based routing … Continued

Create a Geo Proximity Rule

What is Geo Proximity? The Geo Proximity feature allows system administrators to specify the location, or the longitude & latitude of their hosted servers (datacenter locations). The powerful Constellix GeoIP engine will automatically calculate which server is closest to the … Continued

Create an IP Filter Rule

IP Filters are rules you can apply your records across multiple domains. If a user meets the requirement(s) of the filter, they will be answered with that record. Otherwise, they will be answered with the World/Default record. You MUST have … Continued

Edit a Geo Proximity Rule

What is Geo Proximity? The Geo Proximity feature allows system administrators to specify either the location, or the longitude & latitude of their hosted servers. The powerful Constellix GeoIP engine will automatically calculate which server is closest to the end … Continued

Update an IP Filter Rule

With most configurations, your changes will only apply to the record or domain you are modifying. However, IP Filters can be applied to multiple domains. That means any changes you make to an existing and applied IP Filter will propagate to all … Continued