Here, you can set the domain name A record, MX record, CName alias record, URL forwarding settings and so on. The specific method is as follows:
a. Add IP: If you need to set a sub-domain name, such as test.abc.com, to resolve it to IP: 192.168.0.1, click Add IP, fill in the test for the host name, fill in the IP: 192.168.0.1.
If you need to set a third-level domain name, such as test.ok.abc.com, to resolve to IP: 192.168.0.1, click to increase the IP, fill in the host name: test.ok, fill in the IP: 192.168.0.1
b. Pan domain name: Here, our company's domain name control panel allows you to set the pan domain name, and it is completely free. You can set pan domain names at different levels, such as *.abc.com, *.at.abc.com,
*.at.mail.abc.com and so on, unlimited levels. Fully own all the rights and functions of the domain name.
c. Add an alias: that is, add a subdomain name to point to the existing space, you can add here.
d. Increase mail: The so-called increase in mail is to increase MX records. If the domain name is to be used as an email address, you need to add MX records. For example, after you opened the corporate post office in our company, please add an IP here first.
Set the host name as mail and point it to IP: 188.8.131.52, and then choose to add mail, where the mail address is email@example.com, the host name is empty; if the mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org,
The host name is: mail, the priority is usually set to 10, the corresponding mail host name is the post office server host name, if the post office server domain name is mail.abc.com, the host name is: mail