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hey what's up guys so a person here from we are market up calm in this video I am going to talk about DNS setup so if you are using your domain and hosting from different company so first you need to connect your domain with your hosting so in this video I am going to talk about how you can connect your domain with your hosting and so now actually we are going to learn how we can connect our domain and hosting actually that's called DNS setup if you were purchase if you actually if you are using your domain and hosting from different company then first of all you need to connect your domain and hosting using DNS information so as an example I am going to show you in my domain I purchase that domain from namecheap.com and I want to use my hosting from Hostgator calm okay so now if I want to connect my domain and hosting then first we need to log in our Namecheap account and also log into my Hostgator account so if you go to your Hostgator account then you will see here have an option like name server so here have primary name server and there is secondary name server so this is actually my name server and we need to connect my domain using that information so now go to your name ship account and select your domain reach and domain actually you want to connect with your hosting just click on manage and you see a option called name server so default in default it will be looks like that so you need to select custom DNS okay so this and see here have option actually so you need to copy that name server and you need to paste it name server one and you will get another name server from here just copied and just paste it in here and you need to click on update or save actually I'm not going to save this because already my name server is connected with that domain and now go to your hosting company provider and search on here add-ons domain so here have you get domains option in the left side actually I'm using Hostgator so you see like domains option and here you'll see arrows domain so click on it you need to enter your domain name in here okay so I'm just copying my domain name and here just copy and just paste it in here so remove this HTTP ok so just enter your domain name and click on anywhere so see here have a sub domain actually it's automatically created from their server you do not need to do anything just click on add domain that's it now you have to wait at least 24 to 48 hours to connect your domain and hosting and when your domain will be connect with your hosting then your website looks like this so hope you understand that actually how you can configure your DNS from different companies so thank you so much for watching this video if you like my video please don't forget to hit the like button and subscribe my channel for more update .

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How to Set Up Nameservers in a cPanel – DNS Setup Guide

Since your domain name does have a registrar such as GoDaddy, Namecheap, Enom, Network Solutions, or Reseller Club you would go to their site and find the place to register or record a “host name” for the domain name.

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Each registrar will have a little different terminology and procedure, but what you need to do is create a host name on your domain name and assign an IP address to that host name. A host name on a domain is the third level name.

An example of a host name is “ns1”. Adding this to our domain name we will need to register “ns1.yourfabsite.com” to the IP address of the server where this account is located.

How to Set Up Nameservers in a cPanel – DNS Setup Guide

 

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