Enable IPv6 with Cloud Load Balancing

As the global pool of IPv4 space continues to diminish every day, organizations are looking to deploy IPv6 at an ever increasing pace. But sometimes it’s just plain difficult, especially when it requires a complete overhaul of your local network. Some organizations can implement dual-stack just fine, but for other organizations who host websites or applications at […]

Moving DNS zones from another DNS provider to Total Uptime

DNS domains (called “zones”) can be moved from any platform to Total Uptime’s DNS platform easily and without impact to end users. In this article, we will outline the steps required to ensure a smooth, zero-impact migration. There are 4 simple steps… Here are the steps required to migrate zones from your current DNS provider/infrastructure to ours. […]

SPF Records – creating and testing

As a DNS service provider, we frequently receive requests from customers who need assistance with understanding and creating SPF records. This short article outlines a few helpful steps that will hopefully make life easier for some. First, what is an SPF record anyway? Well, Wikipedia sums it up nicely: SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is an email […]

Creating active/passive Failover Configuration with Cloud Load Balancing

Are you looking to create an active/passive server failover configuration using our Cloud Load Balancer? It’s easier than you think. This video will walk you through the entire configuration process, taking a standard active/active load balancing scenario and changing it to active/passive, active/active/passive and even active/passive/passive with a tertiary failover group setup.  Total Uptime […]