Aliases   Aliases

What is an alias?


An alias is a subdomain name for your primary domain name. For example, example1.youdomain.com.

How to create an alias?


In Dynamic DNS Service Aliases Aliases   section, you may create an alias with an 'A' or 'AAAA' record for your primiary domain name.

To add an alias for your domain name, you may follow these 3 steps.

Listing Item Step 1

Log into control panel, go to Dynamic DNS Service DDNS Services   and click on your domain name.

Listing Item Step 2

Go to Dynamic DNS Service Aliases Icon Aliases   and setup an alias for your domain name.

Alias Name   Enter the subdomain. For example, test.

TTL   How long the server should cache the information.

Type   Choose "A Record-IPv4" for 'A" record, "AAAA Record-IPv6" for 'AAAA' record.

IPv4/IPv6 Address   Enter an IPv4 or IPv6 address. Leave empty for dynamic IP.

Location   You can assign hostnames and aliases to locations. Locations can be used instead of hostname/aliases during IP update.

Alias Dynu Dynamic DNS

Listing Item Step 3

If you set up an 'A' record for the alias, check if your 'A' record has been setup correctly using DNS Lookup tool. Enter test.dynu.biz as Hostname, and choose "A-IPv4 Alias" as Type.

Alias Dynu Dynamic DNS


If you set up an 'AAAA' record for the alias, check if your 'AAAA' record has been setup correctly using DNS Lookup tool. Enter test2.dynu.biz as Hostname, and choose "AAAA-IPv6 Alias" as Type.

Alias Dynu Dynamic DNS