SolsuVM VPS control panel DNS management

Setting up a new Zone in SolusVM's User Control Panel

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Click "DNS"

In field "Add New Domain" enter domain name without www etc.  If your domain is domain.com enter domain.com and click add.

NS records are entered automatically.


A & AAAA Records

You need to create 2 A records at minimum.  One for your domain and one for FTP.

Enter your domain name with a period at the end.  IE loopback.com. in the domain field.  In the IP address field enter  your VPS IP address.  Leave TTL at default unless you know what you're doing.  Click Add.

Repeat process except this time just put ftp with no trailing period, enter your VPS IP address, and click add.

If your VPS has a IPv6 address repeat the process above except use your IPv6 address assigned to your VPS.


MX Records

Enter mail for domain leave preference at zero enter your domain name for mail server without a trailing period, leave TTL at default and click add.


CNAME Records

Create a CNAME for www and mail just enter www for the domain, your domain name without a tailing period for the alias, leave TTL at default and click add.  Repeat for mail.

TXT & SRV Records are for advanced functions such as DKIM or SPF records and fall into an advanced category.  Please research what needs to be put in these records or you will find that your server can not send emails.
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