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Q. How do I set up my Dynamic DNS
A. How to: Change DNS Host Records
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20 days ago Updated
Shortcut to this page: enom.help/dns
This article will show you how to you can forward, redirect or point your domain when it's using our Default DNS servers. The instructions below are for modifications via the Enom control panel. If you don't have access to the Enom control panel, you can modify host records at access.enom.com .
To get a basic idea of the relationship between name severs and DNS host records, please see enom.help/name-servers
Host Record Settings
Adding Host Records
Changing MX records
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TXT, SPF, & SRV Records
Support for DKIM
What is TTL
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1. Host Record Settings
To get started, log into your account and go to your domain's Host Record Settings:
Locate the domain you want to manage.
Click on Host Records or select Host Records from the drop-down list. screenshot_5.png
If you see a message in a red banner as shown below when going to the Host Records page, it means that your domain name is not using our default name servers. In this case, any changes you make to the host records on our control panel will have no effect on your domain name.
You will need to update the host records on the Nameservers you are currently using with your domain,