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Helm dns cname issue

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How doe you setup a cname in helm?

I need a name and a value.

They have given me string for the cname  but I do not know If the is the name or the value...
What is the name? what is the value?
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Hi,
First you should under what cname is,
http://support.easydns.com/tutorials/DNSsetup/areccname.php

Second edit dns zone with helm
http://www.serverintellect.com/support/helm3/helm3-dns-zone-editor.aspx

At last, you will need dns tool to test your configuration with
http://dnsstuff.com/

Hope that help,
The Anh
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