Identify your domain Host
A domain host is the service provider that hosts and manages your domain (the address of your website). SportsTG is not a domain host.
If you know who hosts and manages your domain, skip to ‘Update your DNS settings’ section.
How do I find my Domain Host ?
Use any DNS lookup service such as mxtoolbox.com, dnscheck.pingdom.com etc.
Below is an example of how to find domain host using dnscheck.pingdom.com
- Go to whois lookup page here.
- Enter your domain name in the Domain field and click WHOIS Lookup button.
- You can find information about who is hosting your domain from Registrar section after the test.
The process will be similar for other lookup services as well.
Update your DNS Settings
If you manage your domains yourself, you can make the following changes to your DNS settings. If you don’t manage your domain, please contact your domain host to update your DNS settings for you. Please provide them with the following information:
What needs to be updated?
- IF any of your A records point to following IP : 184.108.40.206. Delete the A record.
- If there is a CNAME for your www sub-domain (www.yourdomain.com) you have to modify it to point to alias.stg-websites.sportstg.com. Don’t miss the dot at the end.
- If you don’t have a CNAME record for the www sub-domain, you have to add a CNAME record to point to: alias.stg-websites.sportstg.com. Don’t miss the dot at the end.
Where to point root domain?
We do not support root domains (yourdomain.com – without www). Therefore, A records or CNAME for root domains should not be added.
Paid DNS Services
There are paid DNS hosting services in the market that offer advanced tools that help in managing the DNS better and would cater for both root and subdomains. The service we offer is free and is therefore limited in functionality. Examples of paid services:
DNS Made Easy