[cPanel] - Instructions for configuring DNS for domain names using cPanel Nameservers Hosting

Hello everyone, in this article TinoHost will guide you to configure DNS for domains using Nameservers ns3.tino.org and ns4.tino.org


To find out which Nameserver domain names are using, you can check at the following page: https://www.dnswatch.info


For example: https://www.dnswatch.info/dns/dnslookup?la=en&host=tiennguyen.tk



- Login to Hosting cPanel containing that domain name, select the item Zone Editor.


For example: I log into the Hosting containing the domain name tiennguyen.tk , and select the item Zone Editor.



- Click select Manage domain name need to configure DNS.


- Choose more Add Record to add new records. How the specific record depends on the purpose of use



For example: Using G Suite service (Google), you need to configure 5 MX records, then you need to Add Record for all 5 records.















































Name / Host / AliasTime to Live (TTL *)Record TypePriorityValue / Answer / Destination
@ or leave blank3600MXfirstASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM.
@ or leave blank3600MX5ALT1.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM.
@ or leave blank3600MX5ALT2.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM.
@ or leave blank3600MXtenALT3.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM.
@ or leave blank3600MXtenALT4.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM.

Note: If you use Google's MX record then you must delete the default MX record on Hosting to ensure Google's MX record is not corrupted.


(Usually only use 1 MX record or at the same time multiple MX records of one mail provider only) /



 


















































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