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Search for your DNA information in the user portal. Before you do this, please be sure to include your domainname in the user portal. This information can be found on the Overview page for your manufacturing area. Next thing you need to do is log in to the godaddy.com website with your access data.

A ( prefered ): Point your name servers to Cloudflare. Your domains and DNA administration at GoDaddy will be kept by this way.

Cludflare is a unique feature that will help you administer your DNA. Please type in your Domainname when asked. Clusterflare will then search for your DNA entries for you. This is where you will find the automatic GoDaddy setting imported from it. Using this monitor, delete the current A entry for your domains. Next, insert a CNAME entry with the CNAME on the overview page of your user portal.

When your "www" entry here is an alias of your domains, you can keep it unchanged. When it also points to an IP adress, you must follow the above procedure for that dataset as well. You will now be asked to modify your name servers. GoDaddy performs this operation.

The Cloudflare shows you two name servers to modify, keep this tabs open so you can copy them out! At GoDaddy, on the DNA monitor, you should be able to browse down and choose to modify your name servers. Modify the name servers to those displayed in the cloud flare window. Then click on "Continue" in the window Cloudflare.

Changing the name server setting may take some while. For more information on other Cloudflare offerings such as CDN and SSL, visit Cloudflare Best Practices. Don't be afraid if you don't want to use Cloudflare for DNA! GoDaddy lets you continue to directly customize your DNS preferences using the GoDaddy' s dashboard. See our Domain Connect manual for information on how to autoconfigure your DNA, or complete the following procedures to reconfigure your datasets later.

On the GoDaddy website's DNA page, click the Modify button next to the . Modify the Points to field to the IP location that appears on the summary page of your user portal. The TTL is the period in which the changes are propagated or the period in which the changes take effect.

Verify the "www" entry in the dropdown box. When it points to a CNAME or IP other than the one on your User Portal summary page, you must modify it accordingly.

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