Ok. I’m new and dumb

Could very well be an real video stream (like on port 554).

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Certainly possible. We shall find out.

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Yes yes and yes, it is
45.76.243.152

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Excellent. And with a valid http to https redirect to boot.

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So what should I do?

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Is your webhosting through Freenom?

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Yes it is. Characters

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I did some looking. I don’t think Freenom offers hosting.

I did some more looking. It appears that Freenom does offer hosting.

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I do need to run. I’ll be back on later. For now, you should probably pick a registrar to get a domain name for your site. Freenom is an obvious choice since your hosting seems to be with them. GoDaddy is another that I’m very familiar with. There are multitudes.

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I’m sorry. I didn’t understand your question. No, my hosting is not through freenom. It is through vultr.

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He’s not talking about hosting.
He’s talking about DNS and where you get your domain name.

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@Litbelb

Good to know. So if your hosting is through vultr, what, if anything, do you have through Freenom?

@rg305

I was asking about both, actually. :slightly_smiling_face:

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I have a domain, I think.

I’m going to get a Google domain instead, I think. Would that make sense?

All (decent) registrars should offer pretty much the same services. You want security and nameserver reliability as well as easy, flexible access to change your dns. Obviously price is important too. For most standard TLDs (e.g. .com, .org, .net), you should not be paying more than $20 / year. Keep in mind that renewal costs are often higher than initial registration costs.

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