2.11. DNS FUNCTIONS
CHAPTER 2. HOW DO I USE WEBHOST MANAGER?
Delete a DNS zone
You can delete a DNS zone at any time.
To delete a DNS zone:
1. Click on the Delete a DNS Zone link in the Dns Functions menu.
2. Click on the required DNS zone from the displayed list and click on the
Edit an MX entry
WebHost Manager enables you to alter MX (Mail Exchange Record) Entries at any time. By altering an MX
Entry you can point the email for a particular domain to another mail server, if required.
To edit an MX entry:
1. Click on the Edit an MX Entry link in the Dns Functions menu.
2. Click on the required domain in the list and click on the
3. Enter the new domain that email will be sent to and click on the
Perform a DNS cleanup
WebHost Manager enables you to clean up your nameserver configuration file whenever required.
Note: Make sure you are not editing any nameserver configuration files during the clean up.
To perform a DNS cleanup:
1. Click on the Perform a DNS Cleanup link in the Dns Functions menu.
2. Read the warning. Click on the
button when you are ready.
Establish a trust relationship
You can establish a master/primary nameserver relationship at your server setup level refer to page 10 for more
information. If you do set up a primary nameserver, you need to establish a trust relationship between the two
servers so that you can add all DNS entries from the primary nameserver. This saves you having to log on to
multiple servers to set up various DNS entries.
To establish a trust relationship with a primary nameserver:
1. Click on the Establish A Trust Relationship With a Primary Nameserver link in the Dns Functions
2. Enter the root password for the trusted nameserver in the Master Server Root Password field.
3. Click on the