If you’re using Hostrelia, a hosting service, and need assistance with changing DNS settings in your cPanel, I’m here to help. Here are some general guidelines to guide you through the process:
- Start by logging in to your Hostrelia hosting account. You can do this by visiting the Hostrelia website and locating the login or cPanel access link. Typically, this information is available in your hosting account’s control panel or dashboard.
- Once you’ve logged in, navigate to the “Domains” section or a similar area within the cPanel interface. The exact label may vary, but it’s usually referred to as “Domains” or “Domain Management.”
- If you have multiple domains associated with your hosting account, choose the specific domain for which you want to change the DNS settings.
- Look for an option called “DNS Zone Editor” or “Zone Editor” within the domain management section. This is the tool you’ll use to modify your DNS records. Click on it to proceed.
- In the DNS Zone Editor, you’ll find a list of DNS records associated with your domain. You can edit existing records or add new ones as required. Commonly modified records include A Records (mapping domain names to IPv4 addresses), AAAA Records (mapping domain names to IPv6 addresses), CNAME Records (creating aliases for domain names), MX Records (specifying mail servers for incoming emails), and TXT Records (storing text data, often used for SPF and DKIM settings).
- Locate the specific DNS record you wish to change and click on the “Edit” or “Modify” option next to it. This will allow you to make the necessary modifications in the provided fields, such as IP addresses or domain names. Afterward, save the changes you made.
- It’s essential to review the modified DNS records after saving them to ensure their accuracy.
Keep in mind that cPanel interfaces can vary based on the hosting provider and the specific version used by Hostrelia. If you encounter any difficulties or cannot locate the options mentioned above, I recommend contacting Hostrelia’s support team or referring to their documentation for more detailed instructions on changing DNS settings within their cPanel environment.
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