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After you create your Constellix DNS account, you can begin adding and configuring records immediately. If you already have records, either in a file or with another provider, there are eight different ways you can move them over to Constellix name servers. Before we begin, it's important to note that the safest and most accurate way of transferring records is by using a Zone file. You can get this from your previous DNS provider. Answer the questions in the graphic below and you will be guided to your best method for transferring to Constellix DNS. Once you arrive at your answer, visit this tutorial where you will find all the tutorials for each of the possible methods.
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