The website name is an Internet address of a website that can be used to reach the website. In short, the DNS/Domain Name System means, the conversion of human-readable names into machine-readable ones is carried out. The DNS settings for the domain should be correct, otherwise, the operations of the website services may be disrupted. For example, if the domain mail server's DNS record is not the correct one, then the emails may fail to reach the correct mail server.
The DNS records for a domain can be set up from control panels such as Plesk if the domain uses the nameservers of the server itself. However, before setting up the DNS records for a domain on the server-side, it is important that the nameservers that the domain uses are set up correctly at the domain registrar panel. It is only through these nameservers that the DNS records set up for a domain in the server will resolve correctly. For reading more on this, the below guide can be referred to:
The Plesk provides a function to manage the DNS of the domains, from there can easily manage the domain DNS. If the domain is using third-party name servers, then we can disable the DNS service for the domain from the Plesk.
This guide outlines the general steps for managing the domain DNS from the Plesk control panel.
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