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Name servers and DNS-records

  • How to configure DNS records for a domain using NIC.UA name servers

    To configure DNS records for a domain using name servers (NS) on NIC.UA, you need to: Place an order for name servers (NS-servers) for your domain on the Name Servers page: to activate name servers, y...

  • How to add CAA record on NIC.UA nameservers

    CAA record is used to explicitly specify which Certification Authorities can issue certificates for a domain. This acts as a kind of additional verification of the certificate itself. To add this type...

  • How to add TXT record on NIC.UA nameservers

    A TXT type record is used to add any text in domain records. Several records can exist with the same name. There are several basic uses for this record in some services: proof of domain ownership; сon...

  • How to add CNAME record on NIC.UA nameservers

    A CNAME (canonical name) record is used to quickly create an alias for an existing domain. Only one record with the same name can exist; any other records with the same name will not be processed by t...

  • How to add MX record on NIC.UA nameservers

    An MX record is used to route incoming mail. There can be several such records with the same name; when searching in DNS, the sender's server automatically chooses the record with the higher priority....

  • How to add a A / AAAA record on NIC.UA nameservers

    A (for IPv4) or AAAA (for IPv6) records are used to point a domain or subdomain to a specific IP address. There can be several such records with the same name; one of the records will be automatically...

  • Why can't I order the NIC.UA name servers for my domain?

    In order to manage the DNS records of a domain, there must be an order for name servers in your NIC.UA account. 1. If you open the NS Name Servers menu item and do not see active orders with the domai...

  • MX and CNAME Records caveats

    Adding MX and/or CNAME records often is part of the configuration of many services such as Google Sites or G Suite. First, you need to go to the 'Domains' section and set NIC.UA name servers in the do...

  • How to create child hosts (glue records)

    Child hosts are name servers that you can create yourself with the address of your domain: ns1.example.com a.example.com dns-1.example.com etc. Given that this NS server you'll set up yourself, you ca...

  • What are name servers?

    Name servers is an additional service to the domain that allows you to configure which hosting will open the domain, which server to forward mail to, or where the site visitor will be redirected to. T...