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 4 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 4 months ago
You need to enable the "Domain Name System Security Extensions" for one authoritative DNS zone you previously configured (please see the "Create an authoritative DNS zone" howto).
How to configure DNSSEC:
- 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.
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 import of your already existing…