Oct 7, 2018

[HDGEM] If you're transferring DNS service to another provider and you're using DNSSEC, you need to either delete public keys for the domain or configure DNSSEC with the new provider

DNSSEC - Delegation of Signing (DS) records contain the digital signature information for your domain name's DNS

If you're transferring DNS service to another provider and you're using DNSSEC, you need to either delete public keys for the domain or configure DNSSEC with the new provider:


  1. If you're transferring DNS service to a provider that does not support DNSSEC – Delete public keys for the domain.
  2. If you're transferring DNS service to a provider that supports DNSSEC – Configure DNSSEC with the new DNS service provider. You don't need to delete public keys for the domain.
  3. If you aren't transferring DNS service – You don't need to delete public keys for the domain.


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Posted By Blogger to HDGEM at 4/06/2017 02:36:00 PM