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Gandi allows you to add and manage SRV records in your domain's zonefile if your domain name uses our default DNS.
Adding, editing, and deleting SRV records
Using the "expert" zone file management interface
For clairity, it is recommended that you use the “expert” zone file edition interface in order to add/edit/delete an SRV record in your zonefile (see this page to see how to edit your zone file).
It is very important that the format of the record is correct, and notably presents the elements in the correct order:
Below is therefore an example of what your SRV line would look like when added to your zonefile in expert mode at Gandi:
_sip._tcp 86400 IN SRV 0 5 5060 sipserver.example.com.
Using the "normal" zone file management interface
If you chose to use the “normal” zone file edition interface in order to add/edit/delete an SRV record in your zonefile (see this page to see how to edit your zone file), note that you will not follow the form's instructions.
Below are the values that you will put in the form's fields:
- Type: SRV
- TTL: indicate the desired TTL
- Name: put the service and protocol, separated by a dot (ex. _sip._tcp). Do NOT put the domain name after the protocol. Gandi adds this automatically when interpreting the record.
- Value: put the priority, weight. port, and target, ending in a dot (ex. 0 5 5060 sipserver.example.com.)