We support DNSSEC, but at the moment we have not added functionality to fully work with this technology. All requests for adding DS records are made upon request in technical support.
Conditions for adding DS records (required for DNSSEC to work):
It should be international a domain that is registered directly with our company (not through one of our partners).
The domain zone itself must support DNSSEC. All gTLDs (.COM, .NET, etc.) and New gTLD domains (.CLUB, .AUDIO, etc.) that are listed available for registration
, support DNSSEC.
The domain must be served on third party NS
(not ours) and also support DNSSEC. On our NS support for this technology will appear a little later.
The zone file (your domain name) must be signed. After signing the zone DNS
- the service where the domain is directed should provide you with a DS record. This DS record must be provided to us in a request to technical support
with the indication of the domain name.
For our part, we add a glue DS record to the parent zone. After that, you can check the correctness of the entire chain here