The easiest way of pointing your domain to VPS is viaA records, the procedure is as follows: Get your VPS IP Navigate to your domain DNS Zone and delete any A records that include @, www or cloudflare-resolve-to in its name
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How do I point my domain name to my VPS?
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 get a VPS server?
If you wish to use the Virtual Private Server (VPS), you can do this by hosting a website. To achieve this, you have to register a domain name at a domain registrar company.
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:
How do I set up a dedicated IP on my VPS?
Connect to your VPS via SSH and go to: Using the nano command, create a new zone file for your domain: Use the following example and replace all IP address and domain instances with your actual domain name and the dedicated IP of your VPS: @ IN SOA ns1.hostinger-tutorials.xyz. admin.hostinger-tutorials.xyz.