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Unable to add CAA record in DNS Management

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Helper II

GoDaddy has already stated, in other tickets, they have no ETA for CAA record support.


This is code for, it will be be a cold day before we do any work around CAA record support.




CloudFlare CAA record support has been in Beta for over a year + doesn't really work correctly.


No major Registrar or DNS provider correctly supports CAA records.


I run my own DNS infrastructure for client sites I host.


You likely won't like hearing this + for CAA record support, you'll have to run your own DNS servers.


You can easily find me on Skype if you require talking about this.


What you'll require is at least 3 servers on different class C networks, in scattered geographical locations + a good bit of patience, to setup + maintain your own DNS servers.


No major Registrar or DNS provider correctly supports CAA records.


Amazon's Route53 allows me to maintain CAA records with no problem. I understand GoDaddy caters to "consumer" audience that probably have never heard of CAA in the first place Smiley Frustrated But with SSL Server Test pointing out as a flaw if you don't have CAA record - many domain owners are at least asking what it is and how to enable it!


I got it working.


✔ All looks good 
0 issuewild ";" 0 iodef "" 0 issue ""


Couple tricks:

I used @ for the name.

Drop the "s in your entries.

Here's a picture of my entry:

godaddy caa.PNG