How to point DNS records to Pressable

To point DNS records from to Pressable, you’ll want to log into your account and select the domain name that you wish to edit.
From the overview page click the “Manage Nameservers” link.

Edit the existing nameservers to use the following:

Read’s support article on how to update nameservers.

Note: that if you already have email hosting for your domain, we recommend getting in touch with us prior to changing the name servers to minimize/prevent any email downtime.

Log into your account, and the select the domain name that you wish to edit. From the domain overview page, select “Manage DNS Records”.

You will want to edit the existing A records for {} and {} to point to one of the Pressable IPs. You will then need to create duplicate DNS records using the other IP address. When done, your DNS records will look similar to the following:

View’s article on how to manage A records.

This step will only apply if you added your domain on the Pressable control panel (Step two) a considerable amount of time before pointing the domain via DNS (Step one). If this is the case, you may find that your site doesn’t have an SSL certificate and you will need to re-provision one. You can do that from the Domains tab on your control panel.

Click the reset icon to the right of your domain. If you already have a valid SSL certificate you may see an error message, but if your site does not yet have a valid certificate this should generate one. You only need to click the icon once, we will include all secondary domains attached to the site in the certificate.

If you are still having trouble with SSL not working as expected please contact our support team for further assistance.

Screenshot of how to reprovision SSL by clicking the reset icon to the right of the domain name