This tutorial is intended to explain the process of configuring your domain to use Google Compute Engine DNS servers.
The domain registrar will need to be updated to use Google Compute Engine DNS Server. The following documentation contains examples of Domain Registrars that can show you the steps needed.
Instruction for various domain registrars
Once, the domain registrar is updated, your NS records should look similar to this:
The above entries will point your domain to the Google Compute Engine DNS servers.
To add your DNS records to the Google Computer Engine DNS, use the following documentation that shows where the Console page's location is to log into:
Once your domain is added, you will need the following record types :
DNS Record Types
If you are unsure what values to use for your DNS record, then you can add them to your cPanel server, and then use them for the Google Compute DNS servers. Using the cPanel interface, you can your domain DNS records to add to your new Google Compute DNS record. You can find your domain DNS record at the following location:
cPanel: Home -> Domains -> Zone Editor --> click 'Manage' button
This screenshot shows an example of the records you would find that you would want to copy into your google Compute DNS record:
If your cPanel interface is not displaying all zone records, you will need to have the following cPanel Feature added to your domain.
Add cPanel Feature to display all DNS records in cPanel interface
You can copy your DNS information from the cPanel interface to the Google Compute DNS record at this point.
When done with all the above, your domain will be registered to Google Compute Engine, your new DNS record added, and your DNS records from the cPanel interface can be copied into it.