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Thanks for your extended comments, atcroft, they helped me to get over the hump here. That book is definitely worth reading and bookmarking. Regarding VPS's, a super search revealed Is it Perl problem or VPS problem? and Move Perl modules to new CentOS VPS, good for background.

A few quick notes. '@' refers to the zone name.

I really don't know how to disambiguate the @'s in this business yet. What ended up working for me was, for the A tab, putting the @ in the left window and 'fourth' on the right, the alias for my IP address. I did the same with AAAA, and then all the records look like this:

DNS records Type Hostname Value TTL (seconds) AAAA directs to 2604:a880:4:1d0::78:2000 3600 A directs to 3600 NS directs to 1800 NS directs to 1800 NS directs to 1800

To be very honest, I don't understand these mappings at all. Indeed, the NS ones seem to be backwards to me. (?)

Here is a sample zone file in BIND syntax for

I actually tried to look this up and found something rather interesting. I couldn't figure out how a person comes by such data for any given site.

In reply to Re^2: [OT] Next steps in using DigitalOcean to host a website running Mojolicious by Aldebaran
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