Hi, @bisby91, you can create the records in Netlify DNS if you want to point that domain elsewhere.
However, if you are not going to be using this domain with a Netlify site it might be better to completely disable the Netlify DNS configuration for this domain and just make the changes with the DNS configuration at the domain registrar.
If you want to take this path, first delete the Netlify DNS configuration using the “Delete DNS zone” button here.
Once this is done, then delete the Netlify DNS name server (NS) entries at the registrar and revert to using the name servers of the domain registrar again. If there are questions about do this, the domain registrar should be the best source of information about the solution. (We are happy to assist if there are questions but the setting is with the registrar itself).
Note, the “time to live” (or TTL) values for the NS records are currently set to 172800 (which is the TTL in seconds):
cristianramon.co.uk. 172800 IN NS dns1.p02.nsone.net.
cristianramon.co.uk. 172800 IN NS dns2.p02.nsone.net.
cristianramon.co.uk. 172800 IN NS dns3.p02.nsone.net.
cristianramon.co.uk. 172800 IN NS dns4.p02.nsone.net.
This means that, once you revert to using your previous DNS service, it will likely take 48 hours (172800 seconds) for this change to be reflected everywhere on the internet.
If you want to keep using Netlify DNS, then you can add the “required DNS records” to our service to point the domain elsewhere. The key here is that I don’t know what the “required DNS records” are. That information is determined by the web host (or other hosting type) you want to direct the domains to.
However, if you tell us what the “required DNS records” are, we will be happy to help you get them working at Netlify if there are any issues.
Again though, if you are not hosting this domain at Netlify it is probably best not to use our DNS service.
If there are any questions about this, please let us know.