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Who is responsble for DS Record? Registrar or via WHM?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dtctio, Sep 12, 2014.

  1. dtctio

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    Hi

    I'm weaning myself away from shared hosting where all I had to to was update ns1, ns2 - that's it. Now I'm needing to make sure that DNS is correct for my employer's website. With a dollop of paranoia (security) and dash of perfectionism, I'm being particularly eager to use e.g. intodns.com as a starting point.

    I'm asking these questions assuming that they're related to WHM/cPanel especially.

    My current registrar say: I am afraid that this is not a service that we provide.

    So whose responsibility is to make sure that parts related to the DS Record are correct - strictly speaking?

    How significant is this from dnscheck.pingdom advanced view:

    DNSSEC

    Begin testing DNSSEC for ---.org.uk.

    Did not find DS record for ---.org.uk at parent.

    Servers for ---.org.uk have consistent extra processing status.

    Did not find DNSKEY record for ---.org.uk at child.

    No DNSKEY(s) found at child, other tests skipped.

    Done testing DNSSEC for ---.org.uk.

    Test completed for zone ---.org.uk.
     
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    cPanelMichael Technical Support Community Manager
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    This is not currently supported with cPanel, but please see the feature request for this here:

    DNSSEC | cPanel Feature Requests

    You can vote and add your feedback.

    Thank you.
     
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    I see, so it's a Platform related matter, and not related to the Registar - e.g. DNS.

    Well, it makes good sense for it to be, why not(?)

    Thanks

    :)

    Dylan
     
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