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Old 9th July 2006, 14:26
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Originally Posted by StoddardIV
I have a website that I want to move to my server. The domain is with godaddy. The way I would assume one goes about changing what server a domain is pointing is changing the name servers. How do I make the nameservers point to my server? And then how do I create a site on the server that will be accessed when I type in the URL?
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Originally Posted by StoddardIV
Also, just another thing, and I do appreciate any help that I can get, I'm still not entirely sure of how this "hostname" and "domain" works on the server. In the router's set-up, those fields are blank. But ISP config demands that I put them in, so I put "www" in hostname and my domain name, call it, into domain. I'm not quite sure what this does. Again, any help at all is really appreciated.
You must type in an FQDN that points to your server. For example, you could get a address that points to your router's public IP address (if it is dynamic, otherwise you could get yourself a "real" domain), and then you can use this address as your server's hostname.
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