Joker.com FAQ - What are SOA records and what are the requirements given by DENIC?

What are SOA records and what are the requirements given by DENIC?

SOA stands for "Start of Authority".
A SOA record is the part of a DNS zone containing the responsible person of the zone and the synchronization parameters used by the different name servers of the zone. Requests to register or update domains must contain SOA values in the following ranges:
 
SOA-Record Value
serial recommended format YYYYMMDDnn
refresh [10000 ... 86400]
retry [1800 ... 28800]
expire [604800 ... 3600000]

ttl

 

[180 ... 345600]

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