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cPanel DNS Tutorials

The DNS service is one of the most important internet services. cPanel uses this service to power the DNS resolution and confiugration of all hosted websites on WHM servers. On this category we will try to explain and bring you the best DNS practices trough our cPanel DNS Tutorials.

How to Add SPF and DKIM to All Domains in cPanel Servers

Question: How can I add SPF and DKIM to all domains in cPanel server? Answer: You can do it with this tyny handy script that we will show you below using the command line from the root user of…

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How to clear DNS cache of your Operating System

DNS Cache (sometimes called DNS resolver cache) is the way your system has to grab a copy of the internet locations (IP addresses) of each website that you recently visited. DNS Resolver Cache is a DNS database that includes…

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How can I preview a website without switching DNS?

Have you heard about hosts file? Maybe you don’t know what the ‘hosts’ file is, if you don’t, we will teach you how to use it. Today we will show you how to use hosts file to preview…

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How can I Configure Google MX records for on cPanel servers?

Google Apps Mail is one of the best email services out there. But it needs some manual configuration on your MX records in order to work properly. Today we will explore how to Configure Google MX records on…

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How can I configure Zoho MX records on cPanel?

Are there any good alternatives to Google Apps Mail? And the question is yes. There is Zoho. Today we will see how to configure Zoho MX records on cPanel servers. Zoho Mail is a great alternative to Google…

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How to rebuild Bind configuration on cPanel

Some times DNS servers on cPanel get corrupted, all the zones do not respond to queries or the service simply doesn’t start at all after restarting the Linux service. That’s when you have to rebuild Bind configuration on cPanel to…

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How to find Bind version using Dig

By default BIND DNS server always reveals the version number. While this is not a security hole by itself, it’s the first point that a potential attacker will try to find out, the version number of your software…

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