How to Enable and Set Up DNSSEC in cPanel ? Print

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Introduction: Domain Registration India Private Limited is dedicated to providing top-notch domain and hosting services to our clients. One of our key features is the ability to enable DNSSEC on your domains. This article will guide you through the process of enabling and setting up DNSSEC in cPanel, as well as providing instructions on how to enable it on the domain side through our support team. Implementing DNSSEC is a crucial step to secure your domain and prevent cyber threats like DNS spoofing and cache poisoning.

Step-by-Step Guide to Enable and Set Up DNSSEC in cPanel:

  1. Log in to your cPanel account: To begin, access your cPanel account by visiting and entering your login credentials.

  2. Navigate to the 'Domains' section: Once logged in, scroll down to the 'Domains' section and click on 'Zone Editor.'

  3. Select the desired domain: In the 'Zone Editor' interface, locate the domain for which you want to enable DNSSEC and click on 'Manage.'

  4. Access the DNSSEC settings: In the domain management interface, click on the 'DNSSEC' tab to access the DNSSEC settings.

  5. Enable DNSSEC: To enable DNSSEC, simply click on the 'Enable' button. cPanel will automatically generate the required DNSSEC keys and signatures for your domain. Please note that it may take a few minutes for the process to complete.

  6. Retrieve DS Records: Once the DNSSEC keys have been generated, you will need to retrieve the DS (Delegation Signer) records. These records will be used to enable DNSSEC on the domain side. Click on 'Show DS Records' to view the details.

  7. Save DS Records: It's important to save the DS records, as you will need to provide them to our support team to enable DNSSEC on the domain side. Copy the records and store them in a safe place.


  1. Contact our support team: To enable DNSSEC on the domain side, reach out to our support team by visiting or emailing You can also call our support hotline at [Support Phone Number].

  2. Provide the necessary information: When contacting our support team, please provide the following information:

    • Your registered domain name
    • The DS records generated in cPanel
  3. Enable DNSSEC on the domain side: Our support team will verify the provided information and enable DNSSEC on the domain side. This process may take up to 24 hours to complete.

  4. Confirm the DNSSEC status: Once our support team has completed the process, you can verify the DNSSEC status by logging into your cPanel account and navigating to the 'DNSSEC' tab. The status should now show as 'Enabled.'

Conclusion: Enabling and setting up DNSSEC is crucial for maintaining the security of your domain. By following this guide, you can easily enable DNSSEC in cPanel and on the domain side with the help of the DOMAIN REGISTRATION INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED support team. Secure your domain today and protect your online presence against cyber threats.

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