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Method 1 – Pointing Domain to VPS via A record
Server Fault is a question and answer site for system and network administrators. It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. All I have is a static IP for the server.
This tutorial assumes you are not using a control panel system such as Helm or Plesk if you are then the DNS setup is automatically done for you when you add a domain to your server through your control panel. Once the CD is mounted simply tell the installer where to find the files browse to the mounted CD and the installation should complete. Repeat the above steps to add your secondary nameserver ns2. So for example, if the address you want to add is hostmaster example. If any nameservers are already listed in this screen, click on them and remove them. After removing existing nameservers, click the Add button:. The IP address of your primary nameserver will now appear in the box below. Click OK :.
The following method is a pretty straightforward solution. It would involve changing your current A record in the authoritative DNS zone. This means that the A record switch must be carried out at the DNS zone where your nameservers are currently pointing. The approach may be easier for beginners or those who do not wish to alter the location of their DNS zone. Executing the following command via terminal will do the trick:.