Sorry to be a pest, (as i've had lots of questions/requests lately) but I'm wondering if there is a way to get rid of "m.mydomain.com", "localhost.mydomain.com".
I like to keep my DNS zones clean, and tidy in my own way. LoLz
Here's the zone configuration I'd like:mydomain.comA22.214.171.124 ftp.mydomain.comA126.96.36.199 mail.mydomain.comA188.8.131.52 mydomain.comMX 5mail.mydomain.com mydomain.comNSns1.mydnsdomain.com mydomain.comNSns2.mydnsdomain.com mydomain.comNSns3.mydnsdomain.com mydomain.comNSns4.mydnsdomain.com mydomain.comNSns5.mydnsdomain.com mydomain.comTXT"v=spf1 a mx a:mydomain.com ip4:184.108.40.206 ?all"
I'd like "sub-servers" to add fewer records, like so. (they are added to the "primary-server" zone)mysub.mydomain.comA220.127.116.11 www.mysub.mydomain.comA18.104.22.168
I just think this would clean things up quite nicely. I like to reserver "m.mydomain.com" for usage as a "sub-server", so I can separate it when designing a mobile version of a site. Honestly, "localhost.mydomain.com" never really made any sense, and I'd rather not expose my internal IP address publically, as this really is seen as a security issue to me.
At the moment, I simply delete the extra records after creation as I've managed to configure the default DNS servers nicely.
If you have any suggestions, or comments regarding the above proposed idea, please let me know. Also if this is doable, some details on how to accomplish it would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance!