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

MX Records

What are MX Records? MX records are used by mail servers to determine where to deliver email for a domain. If no email is sent or received from a domain, then there is no reason to have MX records configured … Continued

TXT Records

What are TXT Records? TXT or text records are unformatted text usually with a host or other name.The most common uses for TXT records are Sender Policy Framework (SPF), DomainKeys (DK), and DomainKeys Identified E-mail (DKIM). TXT records historically have also … Continued

Import Domains From Amazon Route 53

Constellix is integrated with 4 major cloud providers to make transferring a breeze. You can also use this feature if you want to set up a Secondary DNS configuration between Constellix and one of the 4 cloud providers. Note: If … Continued

AAAA Records

What are AAAA (IPv6 Address) Records? AAAA (pronounced quad A) records map an FQDN (fully qualified domain name) to an IPv6 address. Similar to an A record, but operates exclusively over the IPv6 protocol. Related Tutorials AAAA Record with Round … Continued

Secondary DNS

Constellix only offers Secondary DNS through API integrations with Google Cloud DNS, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon Route 53. If you require Secondary DNS with another provider, or a Master/Slave configuration, we recommend using our other product DNS Made Easy. How to … Continued

Terminology

In this industry, providers will use different words to say the same thing. We want to make sure that we are all speaking the same lingo, so take a second to look over our terminology before you dive into our … Continued

SPF Records

What are SPF (Sender Policy Framework) Records? SPF records are used by mail exchanges to verify which hosts are allowed to send mail for that domain. It is used to validate a sender’s identity and can help mitigate spam. SPF … Continued