Domains > Domain Attributes

When you click Edit on the Domains page, the Domain Attributes page displays.

domain attributes page

The Domain Attributes page consists of the following entities:

Records Tab

By default, when you click a domain to edit on the Domains page, the Records Tab displays.

Full Domain Records Tab

domain records tab

CNAME Domain Records Tab

domain records tab cname

If there are no existing records and you require help in its creation, click the Learn More link for instructions.

Click Create Record for either domain type. The Create a Record dialog displays.

domain records create

When you edit a record, the Record Details fly-in displays.

Edit Record (Full Domain)

full record edit

Edit Record (CNAME Domain)

cname record edit

The Create Record panel and Edit Records fly-in consists of the following options.

Option Description

TYPE drop-down

Indicates the Record Type.

NAME text field

Use @ for root.

TARGET text field

For CNAME domains, this field is an IPv4 (A record) or IPv6 (AAAA record) address.
For Full domains, the value in this field is dependent on which record type you select.


System-generated DNS CNAME Target which you will provide to your DNS provider.

TTL text field

Sets the time to live value.

PROXY checkbox

Enable (toggle right) or disable (toggle right) Proxy.
When proxy is enabled, and there are no routing rules configured, only caching will be active for this record.
To create routing rules, see Request Routing Rules and Routing Match Types.


Only available for MX records.
Sets the record to be higher priority over the other records.

ID field

System-generated identification number.

Request Routing Tab

When you click the Request Routing tab, the Rules List displays. If there are no existing rules and you require help in its creation, click the Learn More link for instructions.

Click Create Rule to display the Create a Rule dialog.

Routing Rule Panel

The Create Rule dialog consists of the following objects.

Object Description

NAME text field

Enter a name for your routing rule.

MATCH TYPE drop-down

Select Exact or Pattern type.
See Routing Match Types for the supported values.

MATCH VALUE text field

Enter the value to be matched with the MATCH TYPE.

ACTION drop-down

Select Redirect or Rewrite.
See Routing Action Values for the supported values.

NOTE:: The scheme parameter is compulsory in the routing destination. Make sure your target server support TLS verification for the requesting domain.


Enter the target of a given Match Rule. Placeholders are used to indicate the incoming request data.
See Routing Destinations for additional information.

Click the information icon to review a list of examples.

routing rule examples

Saved Rules are displayed in the table view under the Create Rule button.

domain routing


When you click the SSL/TLS tab, the Certificates Table displays the list of custom certificates and managed certificate added for the domain.

cert listing

If there are no existing records and you require help in its creation, click the Learn More link for instructions.

The Certificates Table consists of the following objects.

Object Description

Add Certificate drop-down list

Select "Add Custom Certificate" to create a custom SSL certificate or "Add Managed Certificate" to auto-generate an SSL certificate.

Search Certificates text box

Enter the name of a specific certificate and the table populates with any matching certificates.


Displays the current status of the certificate.


Displays the name of the certificate. For managed certificates, the default name is "EDJX MANAGED". You can edit the name of both custom and managed certificates.


Displays the type of certificate - Custom or Managed.


Displays the expiry date of the certificate.


Displays the name of the user who added the certificate to the domain.


Displays the certificate creation timestamp as
Month Date, Year Hour:Min:Sec (AM or PM).

See Custom SSL Certificates and Managed SSL Certificates for details on each certificate.

Custom Certificates

Select Add Custom Certificate from the Add Certificate drop-down to display the Create a Certificate dialog.

Add Certificate

Click on a certificate row to display the Edit Certificate fly-in.

domain certs edit

The Create a Certificate panel and Edit Certificate fly-in allow you to configure the following objects.

Object Description


Enter or edit the name of the certificate.


A valid X.509 certificate.


Contains all the intermediate certificates up to the root certificate.


Displays the system-generated public keys that are used for the verification of other certificates in the chain.


Contains the secret key of the certificate, which is used by the Web server when it makes an SSL/TLS connection.

Managed Certificates

When you select Add Managed Certificate from the Add Certificate drop-down, it starts the generation process for the managed certificate. On successful generation, it adds to the list of certificates on the SSL/TLS tab. If there is already a managed certificate for the domain, it throws an error.

Activity Tab

The Domain Attributes Activity tab displays all actions that have occurred on a Domain or Record.

record activity tab

When you click on an activity, the fly-in window displays.

The Fly-in window displays content related to the corresponding object: Domain, Record, Rule, or Certificate.

Domain Attributes Panel and Summary Cards

The Domain Attributes panel and Summary Cards display while viewing any of the domain-specific tabs.

Domain Attributes Full Domain

Domain Attributes

Domain Attributes CNAME Domain

domain attributes cname

The Domain Attributes panel contains the following objects.

Object Description

NAME field

Usually the domain URL.

DESCRIPTION text field

A brief description of the domain.

TYPE tag

Displays the domain type: Full or CNAME.


Displays the verification status of the domain.
CNAME domain status: Unverified, Verifying…​, and Verified
Full domain status: Verified


Displays the connected Organization.

Save button

Becomes active when the DESCRIPTION changes.

Verify button

CNAME domains only. After entering the required TXT record to your domain registrar, you can initiate the EDJX platform to verify the domain.

Start Cache Purge button

Initiates the cache purge process and removes cached content from the network.
CNAME domains display this button when in Status Verified. This option is always available for Full domains.

Delete button

Removes the domain from the EDJX database.

domain records card

Displays the number of records in the domain and the record types.

domain proxy card

Displays the number of records that have proxy enabled and disabled.