CAA Records

What are CAA records Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) records allow a DNS domain name holder to specify one or more Certification Authorities (CAs) authorized to issue certificates for that domain.  (RFC 6844) How are they configured Canonical format Use cases … Continued

Import Records from Existing Domain

When you import records from an existing domain,  you can easily copy the full record set from an existing domain (configured in Constellix) to a new domain you have created in Constellix. Import Records 1. In the sidebar menu click Managed DNS and … Continued

ANAME Records

WHAT ARE ANAME RECORDS? ANAME records allow you to point the root of your domain to a hostname or FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name). They’re basically a CNAME record but at the root level. How It Works Before ANAME records … Continued

Transferring to Constellix

Overview Import Records Manually Add Overview There are five different ways to move your domains and records over to Constellix. To quickly find out which method is best for your needs, check out this helpful infographic. Import Records Third Party … Continued

A Records

What are A (Address) Records? A records map an FQDN (fully qualified domain name) to an IP address and are the most used record type in any DNS configuration. A records can be configured in a domain for a specific … Continued

HTTP Redirection Record

WHAT ARE HTTP Redirection RECORDS? HTTP redirects operate very differently from traditional DNS records. That’s because they require the help of a dedicated web server to store all of the redirects. When you create an HTTP redirection record, you’re actually … Continued

Migrate from DNS Made Easy to Constellix

So you’ve made the decision to migrate from DNS Made Easy to our new product, Constellix. Great choice! Now let’s get you up and running. You can migrate your domains and existing record configurations using your API keys, or a manual … Continued

CNAME Records

What are CNAME (Canonical Name) Records? CNAME records, also known as Alias records, point a hostname to another hostname or FQDN. They are called Alias records because they point to other records that have the mapping for that domain. When a … Continued