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How to create a subdomain using dodaddy as DNS provider?

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How to create a subdomain using dodaddy as DNS provider?
posted Jan 28, 2015 by anonymous

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  1. Login to GoDaddy
  2. Choose domain and launch your domain
  3. Now you have your domain detail page, in this page select “DNS Zone File”
  4. Select “Edit”
  5. Select “Quick Add”
  6. Add host as your subdomain (only subdomain part is required not the complete) and ipaddress as what ever is the IP.
  7. “Save Zone File”, check you have an entry of community in the DNS Zone file after save.
  8. And you are done (it can take few hours to 24 hrs to get the update in the godaddy).
answer Jan 29, 2015 by Pardeep Kohli
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