Do you offer Reverse DNS/PTR records?

We certainly do! Reverse DNS / rDNS / PTR records can be set via our control panel, using these steps:

  1. Select your VPS from the Services tab
  2. Click on Login to SolusVM VPS Control Panel »
  3. Click on the Network tab
  4. Click on the [Edit] link next to the IP address that you would like to modify


You will then be able to set the record(s) of your choice. 

Seeing the below error message? Make sure to set up a matching A-Record first! You can use this site to test.

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