To work at Zyro, a domain must be connected to a website and pointed to Zyro servers. If you register a domain at Zyro - it is pointed to our servers by default! Otherwise, you will be asked to point a domain to Zyro manually.

Don't worry, it's super easy! There are several ways to point your domain to Zyro servers:


Pointing via nameservers

If you update your domain nameservers, your domain's DNS zone will be managed from Zyro.

To do so, go to your domain's DNS management zone at your current registrar (the place you purchased and registered your domain), and update the nameservers to these:

  • dns1.zyro.com

  • dns2.zyro.com

If your domain registrar asks you to specify IPs for the Zyro nameservers, use the following:

  • dns1.zyro.com = 162.159.26.94 (IPv4) or 2400:cb00:2049:1::a29f:1a5e (IPv6)

  • dns2.zyro.com = 162.159.27.149 (IPv4) or 2400:cb00:2049:1::a29f:1b95 (IPv6)

Note: Only add the IP addresses if required by your domain host - in most of the cases, the nameservers (dns1.zyro.com and dns1.zyro.com) are enough.

Keep in mind that DNS changes can take up to 24 hours to fully propagate worldwide, thus give your domain some time and your website will be up and running!


Pointing via CNAME records

To point your domain to Zyro via CNAME records, go to your domain's DNS management zone at your current registrar (the place you purchased and registered your domain), and follow these steps:

  1. Delete the A and AAAA type records for @ (if there are any).

  2. Add two CNAME type records:

    host: @
    points to: connect.zyrosite.com
    TTL: select any (or leave the default value)


    host: www
    points to: connect.zyrosite.com
    TTL: select any (or leave the default value)


Note: There can only be one @ and one www record. It should look something like this:

Keep in mind that DNS changes can take up to 24 hours to fully propagate worldwide, thus give your domain some time and your website will be up and running!

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