Install in a distributed database domain names match between your website and its domain. For this you need to inform the Registrar of the domain name, which hosting you should look for your website, and your hosting service to tell the query which domain name should now be directed to your website. All this is done by filling in the corresponding fields in the control panel of the hosting provider and domain Registrar.
Find out the addresses of the DNS servers hosting that is hosting your website. The purpose of these servers is to receive requests from the users ' browsers and depending on them the domain name to redirect to related sites. Usually two names (main and backup) can be found in the information letter which hosters are sending after you create each new account owner. If you can't find this letter - see information section of website hosting provider or ask in tech support.
Log in to the control panel of your hosting and navigate to the section pertaining to domain names. Specific placement depends on the software used by the hosting provider. For example, if it is cPanel, you need to go to the section called "Domains", then under "Additional domains" and fill in the form in which it is necessary to specify a new domain name. In the case of using the ISPmanager control panel, the relevant section is called "Domain names" and in addition to specifying a domain name here you need to check the box "Create WWW domain".
Go to the control panel of the domain Registrar, go to domain management and select (if any). Select the paragraph that applies to the DNS, it may be referred, for example, "Managing DNS servers / Delegation." In the appropriate boxes (NS1 and NS2) specify both a DNS server and make sure no mark next to "Use DNS server of the Registrar. After sending the data from that form to the server, it may take from 2 to 72 hours prior to the time when your website will respond to its new domain name.