This article describes how to add an SRV record to a domain. SRV records are DNS entries that specify how a domain handles particular services. For example, you may need to add an SRV record to your domain when configuring SIP or a third-party service, such as Microsoft Office 365.
If you have an account that includes cPanel access, you can add SRV records using the Zone Editor. To do this, follow these steps:
Locate the domain for which you want to add an SRV record, and then click Manage:
In the Name text box, type the name for a valid SRV record, using the following format: _service._protocol.domain.
As a reseller, you can use WebHost Manager to add SRV records to your customers' domains. To do this, follow these steps:
In the Select list box, click SRV. Four addtional text boxes appear:
In the Priority text box, type the priority for the service.
In the Weight text box, type the weight for the service.
For more information about SRV records, please visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SRV_record.
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