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How do I modify my nameservers?
Knowledgebase Article 1,912,555 views tags: dns nameservers

How to Modify Your DNS Records
Knowledgebase Article 875,415 views tags: dns

Definition of an A Record
Knowledgebase Article 555,134 views tags: a dns record zone

Definition of a CNAME
Knowledgebase Article 476,093 views tags: cname dns zone

What are the commonly used DNS entries?
Knowledgebase Article 465,253 views tags: a aaaa cname dns record srv txt zone

How to modify name servers with bought domain through HostMonster.
Knowledgebase Article 423,346 views tags: dns domain manager nameservers servers

I would like to change my MX Record so I can use a mail server with another provider.
Knowledgebase Article 381,903 views tags: dns email exchanger local mail mx remote routing

Can I make subdomains for my addon domains on the account?
Knowledgebase Article 280,364 views tags: add addon dns domain park subdomain

How do I Change My DNS?
Knowledgebase Article 280,091 views tags: change delegate dns modify

Definition of a TXT Record
Knowledgebase Article 277,541 views tags: dns record txt zone

Once I Register a Domain, How Long Does it Take to Become Active?
Knowledgebase Article 240,926 views tags: dns domain register

Definition of an MX Entry
Knowledgebase Article 224,604 views tags: dns entry mx zone

How to manage CloudFlare on your HostMonster account.
Knowledgebase Article 205,021 views tags: cloudflare dns

Definition of an SRV Record
Knowledgebase Article 175,658 views tags: dns record srv zone

A definition of AAAA Records
Knowledgebase Article 174,280 views tags: aaaa dns record zone

How do I flush my DNS cache?
Knowledgebase Article 156,710 views tags: dns dnsflush flush ipconfig network

Do you support wildcard subdomains or wildcard DNS entries?
Knowledgebase Article 136,224 views tags: dns domain subdomain wildcard zone

You need two things to have a successful website and professional email: a domain registration and a hosting account.
Knowledgebase Article 68,588 views tags: dns domain domains nameservers servers

Any time DNS is updated, it can take up to 48 hours for those changes to take effect. This period of time is called propagation, and it applies to any and all DNS updates. This article will explain what propagation is and why it's important.
Knowledgebase Article 1,500 views tags: a cache cname dns domains mx propagation txt