Changing website hosting to TDR servers

Your new website is ready. Now, one more thing is required to point your domain name to our servers. Here is how to do it.

Setting A Record in DNS settings 

Steps can vary depending on your domain register (GoDaddy, BlueHost, HostGator, etc.). Here are the general steps:

  1. Log into your domain register account.
  2. Click on the domain name you wish to create an A record for.
  3. Click Manage DNS Records.
  4. Select Add Record from the DNS Zone
  5. Here, you will add the A record
  6. Select A (Host) next to Record Type. Enter @ in the Host field, and enter 64.91.245.202 into the Points To field. Select 1/2 Hour in the TTL dropdown window. Select Finish and Save Changes.

Note that if a domain already has an A record they should not create a new one, but edit the existing one (if you create a new a one, make sure to delete the old one). If a domain has multiple different A records that are pointing to separate server it could cause issues. Contact your domain register support for help.

That’s it, you are done. DNS take a little bit of time to propagate. Allow 24-48 hrs for this to take effect. Contact our support team for any questions or issues.