We provide a number of DNS howto detailing how to setup GSLB.me to provide the DNS-based services you are looking for. Let us know your comments and requests for more examples and guides.
- Active-Standby between 2 Datacenters
- Configuring and using DNS firewall
- Configuring and using georouting
- Configuring and using passive checks
- Create an authoritative DNS zone
- Create URL Forwarding Rules
- Dynamic CDN Offload
- Enabling DNSSEC
- Geographical Proximity
- Importing authoritative zones
- Load balancing between two datacenters
- Set up Dynamic DNS
- Using 2-factor authentication
- Using aliases for datacenter dependencies
- Using Reporting and Data Intelligence
- Configuring and using georoutingPosted 2 months ago
You have several servers around the world publishing a website or an application that is accessed by users coming from different countries and geographies.
You want to be able to decide…
- Enabling DNSSECPosted 2 months ago
You need to enable DNSSEC for one authoritative DNS zone you previously configured (please see the "Create an authoritative DNS zone" howto).
How to configure DNSSEC:
Log on to GSLB.me using your…
- Configuring and using passive checksPosted 1 year ago
You need to set up your smart DNS configuration so that the DNS resolution algorithm is driven by externally-fed performance/availability indicators (passive checks).
In the following configuration example we will assume:
- Using 2-factor authenticationPosted 2 years ago
You want to enrich security when logging on to GSLB.me to configure and manage your DNS services. GSLB.me administration GUI and REST API are accessed via HTTPS. Enabling 2-factor authentication leverages Google…
- Importing authoritative zonesPosted 2 years ago
You want to replace your current authoritative DNS infrastructure (either owned or hosted by a third party) with GSLB.me, and you want to leverage automatic DNS zone import of your…