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Login into the Client Area and go to the 鈥?DNS Manager 鈥?which is found in the left side menu: 4. Press the button 鈥?Add domain 鈥?/strong>. 5. Add your new domain: In the line 鈥?Domain 鈥?add your new domain that will be used for creating nameservers and in the line 鈥?IP Address 鈥?enter the IP address of your VPS.

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  • To point your domain name to your VPS, you simply need to create an A record pointing your VPS IP on your DNS provider. An A record is a kind of DNS record which links a hostname to an IPv4 address.

  • How do I set up a VPS for my website?

  • To do so, you’ll first need to register a domain name at a registrar (e.g. GoDaddy, NameCheap, etc.). Once you have your domain name and your VPS, you are ready to begin.

  • How do I set up a DNS zone on a VPS?

  • On Hostinger, you may easily do it using the domain management panel. The next step is setting up a DNS zone for your domain on the virtual server. Connect to your VPS via SSH and go to: Using the nano command, create a new zone file for your domain:

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  • A VPS has the inconvenience of not being available with a name server and this has to be overridden with immediate action of pointing the domain to the VPS server. The default name server and the domain name server (DNS) of the registrar must be used with default settings.