A DNS zone is a portion of the DNS namespace that is managed by a specific organization or administrator. In a specific way, a DNS Zone allows you to control granular components of the DNS, such as an authoritative name server. Inside the DNS Zone can be composed of many records called a DNS Records. Those records consist of an A record, mx record, txt record and etc. In order for your domain to be resolved globally to some of the records, you need to add them in the DNS records as a part of your DNS Zone. Let’s digging in!
In order for all the records inside your zone to resolve through the DNS bucket, You need to add the DNS bucket nameservers to your domain registrar. whois domain query tool, can give you some information which nameservers attached to the domain. For example, the whois query will look like the picture below (before change it to ns1.dnsbucket.com and ns2.dnsbucket.com).
You need to wait up to 24 hour, until the nameserver change is fully propagated. You can check the propagation process of your nameserver by using this tool, DNS Checker – NS.
If the nameservers of your domain already pointed to ns1.dnsbucket.com and ns1.dnsbucket.com, you could add the records of your zones by following the steps below:
Way to go! You can now manage your domain with DNS bucket. Feel free to add the needed records for your domain using this tool.