Reverse DNS (VDS owner)

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PTR records resolves IP-addresses into hostnames. A PTR record is the exact opposite an A record, which points a domain name to an IP-address. PTR records are used for the reverse DNS lookup. Using the IP-address you may get the associated hostname.

This module lists all IP-addresses that are allocated to the user's virtual private servers. This module can be used to manage reverse DNS records: to bind a domain name to an IP-address of the virtual private server.

Module «IP-addresses»
Image:T-bullet.gif View a list of IP-addresses
Image:T-edit.png Edit reverse domain record

View the IP-addresses list

  • IP-address - the IP-address allocated by the VPS administrator.
  • Domain name - the domain name associated with this IP-address.

Edit reverse domain record

To edit a domain name resolved on a IP-address, select it from the list, click the "Edit" icon and fill out the form:

Module «IP-addresses»
  • IP-address - the read-only field.
  • Domain name - enter a domain name that corresponds to this IP-address. The domain name must be followed by the dot, otherwise your server host name will be added to the name.
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