Create a CNAME Record Pool

CNAME Record Pools are used to balance traffic across multiple hostnames. Traffic can be distributed based on weight or the performance of the systems in the pool. Weighted distribution is also called Round Robin (when the weights are even) and … Continued

Editing an existing Pool

In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to edit existing Record Pools in Constellix DNS. We will be using A Record Pools as the example, however the same steps can also be applied to CNAME and AAAA record pools. 1. … Continued


General Questions When will I be billed? What types of payment do you accept? How do I cancel a product? How do I cancel my account? Do you have an SLA (Service Level Agreement)? Do you offer refunds for services? … Continued

Deleting an existing Pool

In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to delete a Record Pool. We will be using A Record Pools as an example, however you can apply these steps to both CNAME and AAAA record pools. 1. Select Managed DNS in the sidebar … Continued


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

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


Learn how to perform different administrative tasks through the Constellix DNS, Sonar and Management Console portals. DNS Admin Access our API documentation, view account activity logs, and learn how to make  bulk changes in Constellix DNS. Sonar Admin View the … Continued

System Checks

Our monitoring checks use our extensive network, which consists of over 100 monitoring nodes, to verify the health and performance of your systems. Ways you can use our monitoring checks: Verify performance changes as soon as every 30 seconds. Monitor … Continued