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  • How do I point my a record to my VPS?

  • To start, log into your registrar’s DNS Management section. Locate your A record and point it to the IP of your VPS. Note: If you have previously pointed the A record to a different host, the propagation time could be subject to the old TTL. Now let’s check to make sure the website is resolving properly.

  • 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 add RDNS record for my VPS?

  • How do I add rDNS record for my VPS? Print Please note that you cannot set rDNS [Reverse DNS] or PTR record on your VPS IP address at your end. To set rDNS record for your VPS IP address, you will need to submit the support ticket from client area . To set up rDNS record, we will need hostname (FQDN) and IP 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.