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Forums -> Customer Feedback -> Support for DNSSEC DS Glue Records
d_s_hagerstown_us posted:
Could support be added to add DS glue records?
ReplyQuote9/4/2010 07:16
bwise posted:
support for this been added yet?
ReplyQuote6/15/2011 04:26
teamdynadot posted:
It is on our to-do list.  We'll post just as soon as it's done.
ReplyQuote6/15/2011 17:12
Any update on this?
ReplyQuote1/2/2012 23:49
teamdynadot posted:
No, not yet, sorry.
ReplyQuote1/3/2012 10:07
Lack of DS support is becoming an issue. Any progress?
ReplyQuote7/18/2012 21:59
teamdynadot posted:
This feature is still on our to-do list.  Unfortunately, we do not have an estimated time as to when it will be available yet.  We are currently working on other feature requests as well.
ReplyQuote7/20/2012 12:29
more and more isp's are supporting dnssec. The dynadot website has had atleast two facelifts. And still no dnssec support?

My domains have been stalled on this for 2 years now.
ReplyQuote10/8/2012 19:18
pktzr posted:
We would like to support the others' request for DNSSEC support, particularly a DS glue record.  We have everything working with our domains now, but need the DS record :-(

 [This post has been edited by pktzr on Oct 27, 2012 9:38pm.]
ReplyQuote10/27/2012 21:36
maesjoch posted:
Any update on ETA?
ReplyQuote9/3/2013 00:06
teamdynadot posted:
Is this different from the Glue Records described here:

How do I register my own name servers (glue records)?

Glue records associate a hostname with an IP address. They are needed when you want to set your domain's name servers to a hostname that is a subdomain of your domain.

To create your own name servers for a domain registered at Dynadot, please follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to your Dynadot account.
  2. Select "My Domains" from the left-side menu bar and click "Name Servers" in the drop-down.
  3. Click on the "Register Name Server" button in the top right corner of the page.
  4. Enter the host name (, for example) in the text box labeled "Host Name".
  5. Enter the IP address for the name server in the text box labeled "IP Address".
  6. Press the "Register Name Server" button to save your changes.

You can submit either an IPv4 or IPv6 IP address (except .WS domains, which do not support IPv6 addresses). You can also set multiple IP addresses. Please remember to configure your name servers with the corresponding A records. This would be done in your hosting control panel rather than your Dynadot account.

Your settings should look similar to what is shown below: (click to enlarge)

Register Name Servers Example

NOTE: Custom domain name servers (glue records) can only be registered at Dynadot if the domain is registered here. If you are trying to register a name server for, for example, and is registered with a third party, you would not be able to create glue records with Dynadot.

From Help Section: Account Management > Domain Settings > How do I register my own name servers...
ReplyQuote9/3/2013 13:47