How do I manage my domain’s DNS records?

Sometimes you may want to add custom DNS records for your domain name. Common scenarios are setting up your domain to work with Google apps, adding a CNAME pointing to a 3rd party service or setting up SPF records just to name a few.

DNS management only works for domains that use our name servers. That is, your domain is set up to use our name servers: ns.mainnameserver.com and ns2.mainnameserver.com. If you registered your domain with us this is the default set up.

If you are using our name servers you can manage your DNS records using our domain manager interface, which can be accessed in two ways: via the hosting control panel or using the standalone log in page.

Accessing the domain manager via the hosting control panel

This is the easiest way to get into the domain manager. Once inside the hosting control panel for a given domain, you can switch to the domain manager by clicking on the “Manage Domain” link as shown in the image below. If you’re not sure how to get to the hosting control panel, do check this other article: How do I access my hosting control panel?

Switch to the domain manager from the hosting control panel
Switch to the domain manager from the hosting control panel.

Via the standalone log in page

Alternatively, you can also access the domain manager via the standalone login page. To log in via this page (http://domains.enoi.se) you will need to use the same credentials as the ones used for the hosting control panel.

Domain manager standalone log in page
Domain manager standalone log in page.

DNS Management

Once inside the domain manager interface you will see the DNS management feature, where you can manage all DNS records for your domain (A, CNAME, MX, TXT, …).

DNS management in the domain manager interface
DNS management in the domain manager interface.