Teletype continues to improve and grow. As it does, it requires a more powerful server infrastructure. To stay ahead of the curve, we’ve started the process of upgrading our network and, unfortunately, it will require you to change the IP address tied to your domain name hosted with Teletype.
Login to your domain registrar to update DNS records for your domain.
Here is what you need to do
- If you use a second-level domain name with Teletype (an example of a second-level domain would be: yourdomain.com), you need to update the IP address under “A - Address record” from
- If you are using a subdomain (a subdomain looks like: blog.yourdomain.com), you need to delete the “A - Address record” and create a “CNAME - Canonical name record”:
- If you already have the CNAME record in use, you do not need to do anything.
The migration to the new network will take place on June 1, 2020. All domains using old IP addresses will be deactivated at that time. Please follow the aforementioned instructions in order to avoid any downtime this may cause your blog. Feel free to contact Teletype support in case you run into any issues updating your domain to new information.