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I would like to host my .Net appliction in my local system, i can able to acces hosted applicaion by using my static ip address through internet,

Now i would like to assign my Domain name to my static IP address, that used to access my applicaion by domain name like " istead of using "" IP address.

can you any one help me to assign my domain name to my static ip address?

Posted 6-Feb-13 7:18am

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Solution 1

If you are within a company, then you need to talk to the person responsible for maintaining your company's DNS.

If you are a private person with your own connection to the Internet, you can use Cloud DNS[^] to associate your domain name to an IP address. To do so, you must have your domain registrar set your domain name's NameServer parameters to point to Cloud DNS's Domain Name Servers.

1. You ask your domain registrar to set the NameServer parameters for your domain to: 

2. You register on Cloud DNS and setup the various record types for your DNS entry.
  • A record

  • NS records

  • CName record

  • MX record (optional)
Gopinath0072 6-Feb-13 14:11pm
Thanks for your reply , now i have one doubt that is " how can i set domain registrar to nameserver parameters in windows8. can you please give me the steps to achieve it.

Mike Meinz 6-Feb-13 15:14pm
You should not enter clarifying questions as a Solution. Please delete Solution 2.

The fact that you have Windows 8 is not relevant. You use the web browser on your computer to get to your domain registrar's web site and later to the web site. Any web browser on any computer should be able to be used to do this task.

You would have registered your domain name with a domain registrar via the domain registrar's web site. On your domain registrar's web site, you should have the capability to make changes to the registration information. Part of that registration information is the declaration of which NameServers should be queried to determine the IP Addresses of computers referred to within your domain name. You need to logon to your domain name registrar's web site and enter the four nameservers in the nameservers area of your domain name registration. If your domain name registrar does not allow you to enter the Nameservers, then you will have to contact them through their support desk and request that they do it for you. After that is completed, do Step 2 in Solution 1 above.
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