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- The Domain Name Service (DNS) service converts human-readable domain names (for example: example.com) to computer-readable IP addresses (for example: 188.8.131.52). DNS relies on the "DNS zones" that exist on the server, to convert the domain name to IP addresses.
WHM provides the ability to delete a DNS zone from dns server administration. This functionality is provided by DNS Functions, specifically Delete a DNS Zone.
- WHM credentials. This data can be found in the reseller account or VPS management data email with cPanel/WHM.
- After logging in to the WHM panel on the left side of the page we will go to the DNS Functions section and click on Delete a DNS Zone. Alternatively, we can look for this menu using the search field in the upper left.
- On the next page we will select the DNS area that we want to delete from the server (keeping the CNTRL key pressed we have the possibility of selecting multiple DNS zones to be deleted), after which we will click on the Delete button. This action will delete all DNS records associated with the selected DNS zone.
- In the next window WHM will show us a report of the domains whose DNS zones are to be deleted. To confirm we will click again on Delete.
- If everything went smoothly we will be greeted by a successful message.
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