A web-based console or new domain registration/change can be managed by linking to WHOIS service that offers language-based domain registration. Without having to install separate DNS infrastructure of solutions, domains can easily be created and managed online regardless of the capacity or performance of DNS servers.
Various types of resource record are available from A to NS, CNAME, TXT, and MX, which will automatically scale out without user intervention to process a large volume of query.
With multiple DNS servers in operation, service continuity is ensured in case of a failure on one DNS server with domain responses from other DNS servers still available. When changing a domain, each DNS server data is rapidly synced to further enhance service stability.
According to the environment and purpose, users may choose Public DNS with web services or Private DNS available only for designated internal users without Internet exposure.
- Request a new domain or create DNS to connect to an existing one
- Set information of sub-domains and servers to be connected
- Public DNS : Connected to the Internet, allowing external user access
- Private DNS : Without Internet exposure, allowing access only to internal network users
- A record : Designate an IP address for a domain to find the IP using a domain name
- NS (Name Server) record : Designate a DNS server (Name Server) of the owned domain name
- TXT record : Enter text data for the domain
- CNAME : Set an alias for the domain name
- MX (Mail Server) : Appoint mail servers for the user’s domain and sub-domain