Q: How many domains can be added with the free account?
A: Free account can add 3 (three) domains.
Q: What are ClouDNS limitations on the number of requests?
A: There are no limitations!
Q: What happens to my domains after expiry of my premium account?
A: Your domains will still work, but you won't be able to add more than 3 domains and you won't be able to use other premium features.
Q: Can I use only 2 (two) DNS servers from all available?
A: Yes, you can add only those servers that you like.
Q: What kind of information is contained in the DNS statistics?
A: The DNS statistics provide information on the number of requests our DNS servers receive for your domain.
Q: Why can't I see the hourly DNS statistics?
A: The Hourly DNS statistics are a premium accounts feature.
Q: Where can I buy a Premium Account?
Q: I've made a payment through PayPal, but my account isn't upgraded.
If your account is not upgraded in the next 1-2 hours after the payment, please contact us at email@example.com
Q: What is "DNS branding"?
A: Our DNS servers are ns1.cloudns.net. ns2.*, ns3.* and etc. DNS branding allows you to put our ip addresses on your domain (eg ns1.yourdomain.com, ns2.yourdomain.com etc.) and so our servers look like yours.
Q: What is "Cloud domains"?
A: With the "Cloud domains" feature you can create a cloud of domains with the same records.
Q: Do you offer dynamic DNS and how to use it?
A: On every A and AAAA record you will see an icon with two arrows. When you click on them you will see the DynamicURL for this record. Every time you open this URL the record will be changed to the IP address of the computer the URL is opened from. On this window you will see options to open this URL with wget, php and perl scripts automatically.
Q: Is it possible to forward a mail to multiple recipients?
A: Yes, it's possible. Just add two or more mail forwards for the same mail box pointed to different recipients.
Q: Some of my mails sent to Gmail accounts are blocked by Gmail and some are not. What should I do?
A: Google recommends to create an SPF/TXT record pointed to "v=spf1 include:_spf.google.com ~all".
Q: Do you support DNSSEC?
A: Yes, we support it.
Q: What is ALIAS record?
A: ALIAS is a internal record type for our system, which needs to be pointed to a hostname, it works like the CNAME record, but can be created for the root domain as well.