Connecting a domain to your hosting can be done in two main ways: setting up an IP address in A-record or changing the name servers. Note : in NIC. UA we use the first option that is listed above. To set up your domain to NIC. That happens due to the storage of domain information by ISPs - they cache all requests from users and store them for a certain period of time. And until this DNS cache is updated, the domain will open old records. Let's look at both options individually. First, setting up the IP address: You should receive the IP address of the hosting server from your hosting provider. At NIC.
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You can add secondary or alias domain names to any type of hosting account. However, what you can do with additional domain names depends on the type of hosting plan you have. For more information, see What type of hosting account do I have? If you want to alias a domain other than the hosting account's primary domain, click Cog.