GCP Cloud DNS:  How to point GoDaddy Domain to Google Cloud instance

GCP Cloud DNS: How to point GoDaddy Domain to Google Cloud instance



GCP Cloud DNS: Point your GoDaddy domain name to a Google Cloud Instance.
This video shows you how to connect your domain name to a google cloud instance.

In cloud computing, a static IP address is used for DNS queries. If IPs are changing, this can affect the content loading process. Static IP addresses are IPs which do not change.

00:00 – 01:13 – How to change the domain name to the static domain name in Google Cloud platform
01:14 – Create zone in Network services, Cloud DNS.
02:08 – 03:12 Create the record for IPv4 (create the record for IPv6) to address hostname to IP address.
03:14 – 03:53 Create the CName canonical name – alias names for subdomain www.
03:54 – Copy Data and put it into GoDaddy network services. Substitute GoDaddy name services to our own name services.
04:40 – 05:42 – Install Nginx to Google Cloud server instance
05:43 – 06:08 – Go to the domain name page to check if we pointed GoDaddy domain name to a Google Cloud Instance. If we see the default Nginx default page it means everything works correctly.

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4 thoughts on “GCP Cloud DNS: How to point GoDaddy Domain to Google Cloud instance

  1. 4:36 is where I get an error from GoDaddy when I use a dot (.) at the end of my DNS nameserver. Somehow, you seem to have the same error (seen on your tab) on some other part of the video that you skipped.

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