For more information about A records, read RFC 1035 at IANA.
A6 records are deprecated. We strongly recommend that you use AAAA records to store IPv6 addresses.
A valid IPv6 address suffix.
A valid IPv6 address.
For more information about AAAA records, read RFC 3596 at IANA .
A 16-bit integer that represents the type of AFS cell.
For example, a value of 1 indicates an AFS version 3.0 Volume Location Server.
For more information about ASFDB records, read RFC 1183 at IANA.
We added these returns in cPanel & WHM version 66.
Whether the CA will issue an SSL certificate if the CAA resource record contains unknown property tags.
For more information about CAA record flags and property tags, read the RFC 6844 documentation.
The CAA record's property type.
iodef — The user specified a URL to which a CA may report policy violations.
The CA's domain or URL.
Whether the specified CNAME value resolves with the record's IP address.
The IP address to which the specified CNAME resolves.
For more information about CNAME records, read RFC 1035 at IANA .
For more information about DNAME records, read RFC 2672 at IANA.
An unsigned decimal integer.
For more information about DS records, read RFC 4034 at IANA.
A valid CPU type.
A valid operating system.
For more information about HINFO records, read RFC 1700 at IANA.
You must set this value to 0.
A positive integer that represents a diameter, in meters.
41 51 54.305 N
87 36 47.95 W
The location's altitude above sea level, in meters, and the m character.
For more information about LOC records, read RFC 1876 at IANA .
An integer that represents the record's priority order.
Lower values have a higher priority order.
A valid CNAME.
For more information about MX records, read RFC 1035 at IANA.
A valid nameserver.
For more information about NS records, read RFC 1035 at IANA.
A valid hostname.
For more information about PTR records, read RFC 1035 at IANA.
A valid email address.
For more information about RP records, read RFC 1183 at IANA.
A valid revision number.
For more information about SOA records, read RFC 1035 at IANA.
An integer that represents the target host's priority order.
Lower numbers have a higher priority order.
An integer that represents the target host's weight against other hosts with the same priority value.
For more information about SRV records, read RFC 2782 at IANA.
We do not currently support this DNS record type.
For more information about SSHFP records, read RFC 4255 at IANA.
A valid TXT record.
"v=spf1 a -all"
For more information about TXT records, read RFC 1464 at IANA.