Edit Domain Settings

Use the Edit Domain Settings page to perform a variety of functions on properties, maps, data centers, and settings.

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Edit Domain Settings
Field Description
Properties
This displays the domain’s properties. From this tab you can:
  • View or edit an existing property's basic settings, traffic targets, and liveness tests.
  • Add a new property, delete a property, or duplicate an existing property.
  • Edit a property’s static record sets.

See Manage properties for more information.

Geographic Maps
This displays the domain’s geographic maps. From this tab you can:
  • View or edit existing map settings.
  • Add or delete geographic maps
See Managing maps (Geographic, CIDR, and AS) for more information.
CIDR Maps

This displays the domain’s CIDR maps. From this tab you can:

  • View or edit existing CIDR map settings.
  • Add or delete CIDR maps

See Managing maps (Geographic, CIDR, and AS) for more information.

AS Maps
This displays the domain’s AS maps. From this tab you can:
  • View or edit existing AS map settings.
  • Add or delete AS maps

See Managing maps (Geographic, CIDR, and AS) for more information.

Data Centers
This displays the domain’s data centers. From this tab you can:
  • View or edit existing data centers.
  • Add, delete, or clone data centers.

See Managing Data Centers for more information.

Resources
This displays the domain’s resources. From this tab you can:
  • View or edit existing resources.
  • Add or delete resources.
  • View load feedback report.

See Managing Resources for more information.

Settings
This displays the domain’s settings. From this tab you can:
  • Add or delete email addresses to the notification list.
  • Change the load imbalance factor.
  • Collapse CNAMEs.
  • Load Feedback. When Load Feedback is enabled, three performance-based property types are available. When Load Feedback is disabled, only the performance-based load balancing property type is available.
  • Edit the default SSL certificate for the domain.