Help me , please

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  1. escuelab

    escuelab New Member

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    Tengo un dominio comprado , y lo quiero redireccionar a mi pagina web en x10hosting, ¿ que es lo que necesito?.


    I have a domain on another site my question is:

    What do I need to redirect my domain to my web page on the x10hosting server?
     
  2. spacresx

    spacresx Member

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    You cannot just redirect your site.
    you need to get your files from "the other site" then upload them here
    to your "new account" through cpanel or through your ftp.
    keep a backup of your files in case you need them.

    you should also have some knowledge of how to build your website.
     
  3. escuelab

    escuelab New Member

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  4. spacresx

    spacresx Member

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    i see both links you provide do not work.
    have you created a website here at x10hosting yet ?
    have you paid for your own domain name ?

    if what you mean is that you have your own domain name
    that you want to use instead of the x10host's name,
    i think when you create your account on x10hosting that
    you get an option to either use your own domain name
    or use a free domain name provided by x10hosting.
     
  5. cjptomas80

    cjptomas80 Member

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    Nameserver of x10hosting

    ns1.x10hosting.com
    ns2.x10hosting.com
     
  6. escuelab

    escuelab New Member

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    Mi dominio es www.escuelabahia.com y mi dominio x10hosting es escuelabahia.x10host.com, ¿está bien esta redirección?
    Captura de pantalla 2019-11-19 a las 17.02.56.png
     
  7. spacresx

    spacresx Member

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    I can only make suggestions if you use English.
    i dont use translators.
     
  8. escuelab

    escuelab New Member

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    If you make any DNS changes, keep in mind they normally take
    2 to 72 hours each time to propagate properly.
    (average 1 to 3 days, in rare cases its been known to take longer)
    while it is propagation your site will not be available.
     
  10. escuelab

    escuelab New Member

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    Hello, last Thursday I changed my ns, today is Monday and it has not propagate. Do I have to put the IP of the x10hosting ns? or only wait.

    Hola buenos dias, el pasado jueves cambie las ns de mi dominio, pero aun no me han progada, ¿ necesito las ip de las ns de x10hosting?

    thank
     
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  11. spacresx

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    i do not think they consider weekends as business days.
    id say wait until at least Wednesday then check it again.
     
  12. escuelab

    escuelab New Member

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    Today is Thursday, ..... the x10hosting ns does not propagate, I enter the domain at www.dnschecker.org but everything is shown in red



    No se propaga los ns de mi dominio.
     
  13. Anna

    Anna I am just me Staff Member

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    If you want the domain to show the files you have on our servers, you would need to add the domain to the account as an alias or an addon domain. The alias would show the same site as your main domain, with an addon domain you can create a separate site (would by default be contained within a subdirectory of public_html).

    Just setting up a redirect doesnt really do anything other then telling the browser (user) that upon going to domain A (main domain of account in this case) forward the browser (user) to domain B (could be located anywhere, you could even forward your domain to google if you wish).

    Redirects are commonly used if you change domain for some reason, or happen to own for instance both the .com version as well as a .info version of a domain but really would prefer all users to be on one of them only.
     
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    escuelab New Member

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    tck you, your are god, that is, all ok .. perfect.,

    Gracias, eres la mejor del mundo mundial del mundo entero
     

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