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The account activity log is a summary of all changes made to the account over its history. It includes the source IP and user account that performed the change as well what change or account event took place. This includes login events, updates to account...
Constellix DNS uses a system of manually committed changes before they are able to go into production. All changes made to configurations within the control panel must be committed (submitted) before they are live on the Constellix DNS name servers. Thi...
Constellix DNS offers the most advanced GeoDNS services in the industry; Geo Proximity, IP Filters, and Global Traffic Director services. Here is a short example of how these services can be used together for optimal traffic routing. You can locate our g...
Please see our guide for the different methods of adding domains into the Constellix system at the link below: http://help.constellix.com/domains/ [http://help.constellix.com/domains/]
Please see our guide for adding DNS records within the Constellix DNS system at the link below: http://help.constellix.com/records/ [http://help.constellix.com/records/]
Please see our guides for configuration of DNS Failover services using Constellix DNS in conjunction with Constellix Sonar at the link below: http://help.constellix.com/category/advanced-dns/dns-failover/ [http://help.constellix.com/category/advanced-dns/...
You can locate a comprehensive guide for transferring domains to the Constellix DNS services at the link below, should you have any additional questions please feel free to submit a support ticket at: https://support.constellix.com [https://support.conste...
If you would like to round robin multiple IP's and then failover to another GTD region with other round robin'ed IP's, you would use a pool configuration. To start in Sonar you would set up checks for each IP address of each region. For example: US East ...
To reset your Constellix DNS or Constellix Sonar login credentials, please access your management account at the link below: https://manage.constellix.co [https://manage.constellix.co] If you can not successfully login to the management portal, please re...
It is possible to transfer a domain from one Constellix account to another. We have a guide for this at the link below: http://help.constellix.com/transfer-a-domain-to-another-constellix-account/ [http://help.constellix.com/transfer-a-domain-to-another-co...
Vanity DNS allows you to rebrand the Constellix name severs using your own domain name. We have a guide available for this configuration at the link below: http://help.constellix.com/category/advanced-dns/vanity-dns/ [http://help.constellix.com/category...
Pools allow administrators to define sets (pools) of IP's to round robin, removing hosts automatically that aren't responding within a pool, and failover between sets of pools based on a minimum number of available IP's within a pool. This functionality c...
Templates allow you to define a set of DNS records that you can then apply to multiple domains. There are two different functions that you can complete with templates. 1. You can assign (i.e. link) a template to a domain. This makes it so that any change...
Constellix DNS supports traditional round robin as well as weighted round robin configuration with CNAME record support as well. Please see our guides for round robin configuration at the link below: http://help.constellix.com/category/advanced-dns/round-...
The standard mode is just a regular record (A, CNAME, etc) that points to the destination IP or fully qualified domain name. The failover mode is for DNS Failover configuration used in conjunction with a configured Constellix Sonar check. The pools mode...