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indy0077
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Hi,

in which 'format' should be the DNS be writen?:

with a comma, space or how???

x.x.x.x,y.y.y.y

or

x.x.x.x y.y.y.y

Please advice. Thanks

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wolke
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ONE per field !

You may noticed the orange "plus" sign below the field...
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indy0077
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Quote From : wolke February 14, 2018, 12:27 pm
ONE per field !

You may noticed the orange "plus" sign below the field...



Am I stupid??? Sometimes is hard to think easy :D

Thank you!!!
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alvataylor
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In DNSimple we represent A record with the following information:

Name: The host name for the record, without the domain name. This is generally referred as “subdomain”. We automatically append the domain name.
TTL:    The time-to-live in seconds. This is the amount of time the record is allowed to be cached by a resolver.
Address: The IPv4 address the A record points to.

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jevingala
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in which 'format' should be the DNS be writen?:


Though its not necessary to fill those fields, since it will be taken from ip pool .


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thutrangctp
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i don't know

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