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9 Nov 2019
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SPF Record and Its Settings in User Panel of ArvanCould

Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is a security measure that is used against Email Spoofing attacks, as well as making sure that the emails are delivered to their recipient without spamming issues. Email Spoofing is an attack when the attacker uses a domain for sending forged messages to the recipients.  SPF Record…

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6 Nov 2019
Reading time 4 Minutes

DKIM record and its settings in User Panel of ArvanCloud

DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is a standard for email authentication supported by companies such as Google, Yahoo, etc. The purpose of this standard is to authenticate emails using Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). DKIM performs this authentication by adding a digital signature to the header of email. Difference of DKIM and SPF…

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5 Nov 2019
Reading time 3 Minutes

SRV record

A SRV record specifies a host that supports a specific service. Simply put, if a user (application) send a request to access a specific service to the DNS server, in response it will receive a SRV record that contains the domain name and port number on which the service is running. …

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27 Oct 2019
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What is the meaning of Time to Live (TTL) in DNS records?

Time to Live (TTL) indicates the time period that a recursive resolver can keep a DNS record in cache. This parameter has a direct effect on response time of DNS records, because when a recursive resolver has a DNS record in its cache, a complete DNS lookup is no longer required….

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19 Aug 2019
Reading time 2 Minutes

DNS Settings in ArvanCloud Panel

In this section you need to enter all your website records. If you have no information about your website records, you can contact your hosting provider and receive the Zone File in order to import all the records in this section. Tip 1. If you need more information about the records,…

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9 Aug 2019
Reading time 1 Minutes

Different Types of DNS Records

A Record This records connect a domain name to an IP address. MX Record MX Record for Mail Exchange Record is used for introducing the mail server’s address to the user. NS Record This record is used for subdomains or names which you want to be responded from another DNS server….

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22 Jul 2019
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A look at ANAME record and how to set it up in the ArvanCloud user panel

The ANAME record can be considered as the combination of CNAME record and A record. The function of this record is similar to the CNAME record: both of them allow a domain to refer to another domain. The difference is that CNAME record only maps a domain to another domain, but…

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22 Jul 2019
Reading time 2 Minutes

How to Register a DNS Record?

First enter DNS setting page, then fill up the fields and create your DNS records. In the first field you should select the type of your Record. Tip 1. If you need more information about DNS records you can click here. In the second field you should enter the record title….

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22 Jul 2019
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How to Edit a DNS record?

By going to DNS setting in ArvanCloud Panel, you will see a blue button. By clicking the blue button, a window pops up and you can edit your data record in it.

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22 Jul 2019
Reading time 7 Minutes

Checking that ArvanCloud CDN is activated before changing the NS records

After registering a domain in the ArvanCloud user panel, in the “Cloud DNS” -> “Records Management”, two new NS records will be specified for you by ArvanCloud. These NSs must be registered in your domain provider site. By doing this, the ArvanCloud CDN product will be completely activated in your site….

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