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To pointyour 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. So instead of an IP address,you can use a domain name to connect to your web server (Apache,Nginx,Litespeed,etc) of your VPS.

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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 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:

  • How to set up VPN on Namecheap VPS?

  • How to set up VPN? If you have Namecheap VPS or Dedicated server with WHM/cPanel installed, you can register your own nameservers (ns1.yourdomain.com and ns2.yourdomain.com). First of all, you need to obtain IP addresses to point your personal nameservers to.