DNS Records

DNS records are the available DNS addresses that can be used to enable TLS for a domain. DNS must be configured for a domain for TLS handshakes to succeed. If enabling TLS on an apex domain (e.g., example.com) you must create four A records (or four AAAA records for IPv6 support) using the displayed global A record's IP addresses with your DNS provider. For subdomains and wildcard domains (e.g., www.example.com or *.example.com) you will need to create a relevant CNAME record.

Data model

idstringThe IP address or hostname of the DNS record.
record_typestringThe type of the DNS record. A specifies an IPv4 address to be used for an A record to be used for apex domains (e.g., example.com). AAAA specifies an IPv6 address for use in an A record for apex domains. CNAME specifies the hostname to be used for a CNAME record for subdomains or wildcard domains (e.g., www.example.com or *.example.com).
regionstringSpecifies the regions that will be used to route traffic. Select DNS Records with a global region to route traffic to the most performant point of presence (POP) worldwide (global pricing will apply). Select DNS records with a us-eu region to exclusively land traffic on North American and European POPs.