How to set the default nameservers of Utixo
Nameservers are building blocks of the Internet services associated with your domain.
Utixo uses, as required by best practices, multiple DNS servers geographically distributed in different data centers to ensure reliability.
What are nameservers and DNS records?
Many people ask us what nameservers are, what DNS records are, and what is the difference between the two.
This article will provide a general overview of these topics, but we won't go into the more technical aspects of this discussion.
Nameservers "tell" DNS resolvers how to locate DNS records for a domain.
When you associate nameservers with your domain, you are telling DNS resolvers on the Internet to "look here" for the appropriate DNS records for the associated domains. DNS records control, for example, which web servers to use for the website and which mail servers to use for e-mail. If you are using a particular hosting provider for your website and/or email, it often makes sense to use their name servers as they will usually set up the appropriate DNS records for you.
It is important to set up the nameservers correctly, this is the Utixo procedure.
- Enter the customer area
- Locate the domain for which to set the nameservers from the "Domains" menu and select it, then click on "Manage Nameservers"
- From here you can set the default Utixo DNS or the desired ones
Utixo's default nameservers are:
|Name Server hostname||IP Address|