Pointing your Domain to TitanHost

Pointing a domain to your TitanHost account is relatively straightforward. This is typically handled in one of two ways:

  1. Point your Domain Name Servers (DNS) to TitanHost 
  2. Update your domain A Record to point to TitanHost

If at all possible, the optimal solution is to point your DNS to TitanHost. This allows you to manage your domain configuration (i.e. zone file settings) directly within cPanel and let you manage things in one place.

Pointing your Domain Name Servers to TitanHost

In order to complete this you'll need to have access to the settings associated with your domain. The exact steps will vary depending on the domain registrar (i.e. the organization/business with whom you have registered your domain), but the end goal is the same.

  1. Login to your domain administration account (could be via GoDaddy, Google Domains, Network Solutions, etc.)
  2. Update your domain's Name Servers to the TitanHost name servers (see below)

Keep in mind that pointing your domain's name servers to a new location doesn't change the way your domain is billed or who it is billed with (i.e. your domain's registrar). 

TitanHost Name Servers

  • ns1.titanhost.io
  • ns2.titanhost.io

Create an A Record to point to TitanHost

Sometimes it may not be possible to update your domain's name servers for some reason. If so, you can still redirect the domain's traffic to TitanHost by creating an "A" (Address) Record for your domain. The exact steps will vary depending on the domain registrar (i.e. the organization/business with whom you have registered your domain), but the end goal is the same.

  1. Login to your domain administration account (could be via GoDaddy, Google Domains, Network Solutions, etc.)
  2. Update your domain's A Record to point to the TitanHost IP address (see below)

TitanHost IP Address

142.44.172.160

Note: If you have an enterprise level plan, this value will be specific to your individual account.

Please note that domain settings may take up to 24-48 hours to fully take effect across the internet.



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