The adjustment of the DNS records varies from provider to provider. Here you will find some generic instructions and a few links to instructions from various providers.
If you get stuck, contact the support of your domain provider.
- Log in to your domain provider with your login data.
Search for the "DNS settings", the "Domain management area" or the "DNS configuration".
- Find the A record and change it, so that it refers to the IP address of KLARA which is 220.127.116.11.
- An A record looks like this:
klara.ch A 18.104.22.168.
This means that example.com can be reached at the IP address 22.214.171.124. klara.ch corresponds to your domain and as IP address you enter the IP of KLARA mentioned above.
Please also note the following points:
- It may take a few hours before the domain is pointed to the IP address.
- If there exist other A or AAAA records, which do not point to our IP, this might cause some problems.
- The CNAME (www) entry must contain the correct domain.
This should look like our example domain (klara.ch) :
However, you must not enter klara.ch there, this is only an example. In the CNAME entry, YOUR personal domain, i.e. the domain that is to be linked to KLARA, must be stored.