Knowledgebase: Openhost DNS
How Do I Point my Domain Name to Google
Posted by Tim Botherway on 30 July 2018 07:44 PM


Google should provide you with a range of DNS entries that they want input to activate your G-Suite subscription, such as the below example (your values may be different):


You can follow our guide here on how to input each different type of DNS.  Take note that the with the ‘Name / Host / Alias’ being ‘Blank or @’ you would just leave this blank in the host's field.  But a typical setup for the values above would look like the following:

A record

MX record


CNAME record


TXT record



I added all the values, but my domain is not connecting to Google?
Double check to make sure your nameservers are currently managed by us.  If not, you’ll need to make the changes with whoever is holding them.  Otherwise, you can change your nameservers to us<link article>. However, this can take up to 24 hours.

Do I follow this, so emails go to my email?
No this is for googles premium paid a G-Suite subscription

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