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Pointing Your Domain With FastDomain

Quick Answer

Edit your “@” record under “Host Record” in your DNS Zone Editor; point it to 107.20.136.32 and save; log into your site, then click “More” on the shelf and select “URL / Custom Tracking Code”; enter the domain in the Top Level Domain field, select “Redirect Subdomain to Top Level Domain” and save.

Detailed Answer

You can easily connect your own domain to your site, and here are the steps for how to do this if you’ve registered your domain through FastDomain (note: the following instructions assume you’ve already registered your domain through FastDomain, and be aware that it can take up to 48 hours for the domain to propagate fully).

1. Login to your FastDomain Account & Go to DNS Zone Editor

Login, and enter your Domain or Username and password, and click “Login”. Select the “DNS Zone Editor” icon in the “Domains” section. Select the domain you’re modifying from the drop-down box.

DNS Zone Editor of FastDomain

DNS Zone Editor of FastDomain

2. Point Your Domain to our IP Address

If there’s already an “@” record under “Host Record” (“Type” should have “A” or “A-Record” selected), change the “Points to” field to 107.20.136.32 (our IP address), and then click “Save”. If there isn’t an “@” record under “Host Record” currently, scroll down and select “Add DNS Record”.

In the “Host Record” field, enter “@”; leave the “TTL” field at it’s default setting; select “A” or “A-record” from the drop-down labeled “Type”; and in the “Points To” field, enter 107.20.136.32 (our IP address). Click “Add Record” to create the record.

Point it to Breezi's IP and save

Point it to our IP and save

Second Part

Click here to learn the final steps of pointing your Domain. These last actions are performed inside our platform.

Or go to the list of providers, if FastDomain is not your Registrar.

Additional Information

You can contact FastDomain support if you need assistance doing this.

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