DNS records are a very important element between a domain and hosting. DNS records are used as a command that informs the DNS server what to do. You can add or remove DNS records from the DNS management option of the client area regarding your needs. Many times you may need to reset the DNS records. If the domain becomes connected with hosting, you can do that from cPanel. Now I will show how to reset domain DNS records from cPanel at IT Nut Hosting. Let’s start-
First, you have to log in to your cPanel. You can log in to your cPanel using yourdomain/cpanel or you can log in to your cPanel directly from your client area. If you don’t know how to log in to your cPanel from your client area, follow this guideline: How Do I Log In To My cPanel?
Note: If you don’t know your cPanel username or password then check the Welcome Mail which is sent from IT Nut Hosting after purchasing the hosting package. Or contact IT Nut Hosting.
Now scroll down and go to the Domains section or type zone editor in the search box then click on the Zone Editor option.
Here you will see the list of your domains. Now click on the Manage option beside the domain that you want to reset the DNS records.
Now you will be taken to a new page where you will see an option named Action. Click the Action option and then click Reset DNS Zone.
A pop-up window will show you a notice. To reset the DNS records click the Continue button. The DNS records of o your domain will reset.
This is the simple process to reset a domain DNS records from cPanel. If you need to reset your domain DNS records, follow the steps and reset the DNS records easily.