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No you cannot. On some DNS systems the @ symbol can be used instead of the actual domain name however the Freeparking DNS editor does not support the @ symbol. So if you have been instructed to make DNS changes and use @ instead of the domain name then ...
If you need to change the DNS records for a domain name registered with Freeparking and using the Freeparking Name Servers, you can do this through the My Account section on our website. Log in to your account and go to the Services section. Click on ...
If you wish to change the Authoritative Name servers for a domain name registered with Freeparking you can do this through the My Account section on our website. Log in to your account and go to the Services section. Click on Manage for the domain nam...
If the domain name is using the Freeparking Name Servers you can control the TTL for the DNS records using the DNS editor provided under the My Account section at www.freeparking.co.nz. Log in to your account and go to the Services section. Click on M...
There should only be one set of Name Servers that are responsible (authoritative) for directing Internet traffic for your domain name. These should be the Name Servers that are held in the Domain Name Registry database against your domain name. For exampl...
Every ISP on the Internet has their own Name Servers which direct the people who are using that ISP to the Internet location they are looking for. For example, if Spark is your ISP, then your computer would usually use Spark's Name Servers to find the web...
DNS Records are the individual records held on the Name Servers assigned to a domain name which specify where different traffic for the domain name should be directed. For example, if you have a website your domain names Name Servers should hold 'A' Recor...
Name Servers (also known as Domain Name Servers or DNS servers) are computers which hold and return DNS records for domain names when requested. When your domain name is registered it is delegated to a pair (usually, although more than 2 can be used) of N...
When a domain name is delegated to a new set of Name Servers, or even when the DNS Records for a domain name are changed on the same set of Name Servers, these changes take time to propagate through the Internet. Propagation is the process where all of th...