DNS zones onderhouden in Plesk

A DNS zone is a portion of the globally known Domain Name System (DNS) namespace for which the responsibility of an administrator has been granted. It works by keeping DNS records in order for easier access and location. This is one of the things which make Plesk an effective web server management system; it allows users to easily manage the DNS zones found in their Plesk account.

To learn how to manage DNS zones in Plesk, refer to the step-by-step guide below:

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1. Begin by logging in to your account in Plesk.

2. Scroll down.

3. Click the domain name “demo1234.com.”

4. Click the “DNS” icon.

5. You will be directed to the main DNS page where you, as a user, can add, modify, or delete DNS zones to/from your account. Plesk manages these by default, but allows users to tweak with DNS zones if they wish to. Scroll down.

6. You will find at the bottom of the page a complete list of all DNS zones associated with the account you are managing. Add a new DNS zone by clicking the “Add New Record” icon.

7. You may choose the type of DNS zone to create by clicking on the drop down menu opposite the “Record type” option.

8. Click on the drop down arrow and select “A.”

9. Enter the new nameserver in the text field opposite “Enter nameserver” option.

10. Click the “OK” button when finished.

11. Upon being redirected to the DNS page, scroll down.

12. You will be able to find the nameserver DNS zone that you have just created. For the tutorial purposes, delete the DNS zone that you have just created by selecting the box right before it.

13. Click the “Remove Selected” link found above.

14. In the “Removal confirmation” page, confirm the removal by clicking on the box right before the “Confirm removal” option.

15. Upon confirmation, click on the “OK” button.

16. There you go! You have just removed the DNS zone that you created earlier. Click on the “Home” link to return to the Plesk home page.

17. You now have learned to manage DNS zones in Plesk. Remember that you will rarely (if ever) have to manage any DNS zones. If you do, be sure you know exactly what you are doing before proceeding.

18. Thank you for reading our guide. Refer to the video if you are not sure if you are confused about some points.

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