SRV Records in Shared Hosting
In case you have a shared hosting account with us and the DNS records for a domain address included in it are handled by our system, you will be able to create any record that you need with ease, including an SRV one. This is done with the user-friendly Hepsia Control Panel and as soon as you sign in to your website hosting account and visit the DNS Records section, you will only need to fill several boxes with the required info and your new SRV record will be active in several hours. You can enter the service, protocol and the port number that you would like to use and also the priority and the weight of the new record depending on how you would like to set up your system or what the third-party provider wants. When required, you can even edit the TTL (Time To Live) value for the record, which indicates how long it will remain active after you change or remove it. The default TTL value for almost all records is 3600 seconds and you’re able to leave it if you do not specifically need a different one.
SRV Records in Semi-dedicated Servers
Because we acknowledge how irritating it could be to deal with DNS records, we will present you with an easy-to-use DNS administration instrument as a part of our custom-made Hepsia Control Panel, so if you host your domain names inside a semi-dedicated server account from us, you'll be able to create an SRV record with no complications. We have a step-by-step guide, which will make things that much easier. Using a user-friendly interface, you will have to type in the info that the other company has supplied you with - protocol, port number and service. Unless they have given you specific recommendations to modify the priority and / or the weight values, you may leave these two options as they are and your new record will go live in a matter of minutes. The Time To Live option (TTL) can also be set to a custom value, but usually the standard value of 3600 seconds is used for the majority of records. This value displays the time the record will keep existing after it is modified or removed.