The Private DNS-based round-robin DNS is implemented following the principle that different record values are set under the same host record and record type, with a record value returned based on the associated weights after random polling. If there are multiple record values under the same host record and record type, and you want to distribute the access traffic to each record value, this feature can help you implement it.
The record value returned by resolution is randomly polled but not assigned based on the server load and operating conditions.
A and CNAME records support round-robin DNS. The example settings for each record type are as shown below.
|Host Record||Record Type||Value||Weight||TTL|
Those DNS records out of the limit cannot be properly added. To set the number of round-robin DNS records, purchase Value-Added Service Packages first.
|Record Type||Number of Round-Robin DNS Records||Remarks|
|TXT||20||Weight setting is unavailable for TXT round-robin DNS.|
|PTR||PTR record does not support round-robin DNS.||-|