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New A Records After Creating New Account

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by nootkan, Apr 25, 2016.

  1. nootkan

    nootkan Well-Known Member

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    Not sure if this is because of a cPanel update but I notice now when I create a new account the following A records are added automatically and just wondered if they are mandatory and if I should add them to the other existing accounts on my server?

    CPanel 14400 IN A Txt=ip address
    Webdisk 14400 IN A Txt=ip address
    WHM 14400 IN A Txt=ip address
    Webmail 14400 IN A Txt=ip address
     
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    nootkan Well-Known Member

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    Michael, so because I don't use a proxy but a dedicated server I shouldn't have to worry about these settings at all then?
     
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    The term "Proxy Subdomains" is referring to the feature that allows users to access cPanel & WHM services from standard HTTP ports, such as Port 80 and Port 443. This setting is useful if users cannot access the standard cPanel & WHM ports due to firewall restrictions.

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    Ah I see. I'll add them then. Thanks for that.
     
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