Any active domain that is added in a hosting account features a number of records which allow it to perform properly. In the typical case, the name servers (NS records) show where the domain is hosted and they're set on the side of the registrar company, but on the lower level there are specific records created through the hosting company like A (IP address of the website/server), MX (email server), SRV (employing an Internet domain for non-website purposes on a particular port number such as Voice-over-IP), and so on. Having access to these records and by having the capacity to edit them, you can have your web site with company A and your e-mails with company B, for example. This gives you more overall flexibility since you can pick the best provider for every one of these services and you don't need to stick to only one company. As soon as you pick a hosting company, you have to make sure that you can access all DNS records freely because some companies have an additional fee for this function.

Full DNS Management in Web Hosting

You'll have total control over the DNS records of your domain names and subdomains with each of our Linux web hosting. Via the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you're going to be able to access an easy-to-use tool where you can see all existing records or set up new ones with no more than a few mouse clicks. Aside from the standard A and MX records, you can create CNAME, TXT, SRV, and you can even set up private name servers for any domain that is registered with us. The custom records will give you a lot of flexibility and will enable you to do things such as hosting a subdomain on our servers while the main domain is hosted elsewhere or or vice versa, employing a third-party email service, and so forth. We are never going to ask for any fees from you to be able to manage the DNS records of your domains plus the service comes standard with all shared plans.