How to set up DNSSEC  How to set up DNSSEC

What is DNSSEC?


DNSSEC stands for Domain Name System Security Extensions and it validates responses to DNS queries before they are returned to the client. The client sends a query asking for a particular DNS information with a cryptographic key, and the client’s DNS server retrieves the answer and validates it using another cryptographic key.

As a leading Dynamic DNS and managed DNS service provider, our service boasts rapid propagation with low TTLs and reliable device connectivity. Users hosting their domain names with us or using our dynamic DNS service have the option to enable DNSSEC in a few simple steps.

How to set up DNSSEC?


Listing Item Step 1

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

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Once the DNS details page of your domain name loads, you will see an option to turn on and off DNSSEC as shown below. If you are unable to slide the DNSSEC button to enable it, you may need to first become a paid member for $9.99/year.

Offline settings Dynu Dynamic DNS

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After enabling the DNSSEC option, you will be redirected to the Dynamic DNS Service Zone Settings   page where you are provided instructions on how to add the correspondent DS record with your registrar.

Offline settings Dynu Dynamic DNS

If your domain name is registered with us, open a support ticket with the DS record to have the DS record added.

If your domain name is registered with other companies, check with them on how to have the DS record added.

If your current registrar does not allow you to add a DS record, you may transfer your domain name to us to take advantage of our DNSSEC secured dynamic DNS service as well as DNS hosting services.