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Topic: DNS records limit with DNS transfer

Post DNS records limit with DNS transfer
by danisanti on Sunday, July 10, 2022

Hi.
I notice that I have a limit of 4 DNS records, and I believe I have reached that limit.
If I transfer my domain to Dynu, will I still have this limit on my DNS records? If not, which would be the limit?

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Post Re: DNS records limit with DNS transfer
by rahsharma on Monday, July 11, 2022

danisanti wrote:Hi.
I notice that I have a limit of 4 DNS records, and I believe I have reached that limit.
If I transfer my domain to Dynu, will I still have this limit on my DNS records? If not, which would be the limit?
If you transfer the domain name to Dynu, the limit would be 500 records. Premium features such as DNSSEC would also be available for your domain name without any additional cost.

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Post Re: Re: DNS records limit with DNS transfer
by danisanti on Monday, July 11, 2022

rahsharma wrote:
If you transfer the domain name to Dynu, the limit would be 500 records. Premium features such as DNSSEC would also be available for your domain name without any additional cost.
Ok, thanks.

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Post Re: DNS records limit with DNS transfer
by danisanti on Monday, July 11, 2022

Besides the advantages above, if I buy a domain in Dynu, will the domain comes with WHOIS protection/privacy for free?

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Post Re: Re: DNS records limit with DNS transfer
by rahsharma on Monday, July 11, 2022

danisanti wrote:Besides the advantages above, if I buy a domain in Dynu, will the domain comes with WHOIS protection/privacy for free?
If you are from EU or areas where privacy protection is required by law, the WHOIS protection/privacy will come free. In other cases, privacy protection costs $4.99/year in order to provide contact form functionality as required by ICANN.

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Post Re: Re: Re: DNS records limit with DNS transfer
by danisanti on Tuesday, July 12, 2022

rahsharma wrote:
If you are from EU or areas where privacy protection is required by law, the WHOIS protection/privacy will come free. In other cases, privacy protection costs $4.99/year in order to provide contact form functionality as required by ICANN.
I am in the Portugal, EU. Do I need to give to Dynu some form of residence certification in order to apply for free WHOIS privacy? Or the ip is enough?

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Post Re: Re: Re: Re: DNS records limit with DNS transfer
by rahsharma on Tuesday, July 12, 2022

danisanti wrote:
rahsharma wrote:
If you are from EU or areas where privacy protection is required by law, the WHOIS protection/privacy will come free. In other cases, privacy protection costs $4.99/year in order to provide contact form functionality as required by ICANN.
I am in the Portugal, EU. Do I need to give to Dynu some form of residence certification in order to apply for free WHOIS privacy? Or the ip is enough?
You won't have to provide Dynu proof of residency. It will automatically get applied.

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