Although many hosts provide a DNS service (we do also) It's actually better to point your DNS records from your domain provider's built in DNS to the IP for the server as it requires less lookup time and can be more stable. You can find the IP your container is on from the domain area. You just need to make 2 records, a root record @ and one for www. You can also use CNAME if your provider has CNAME flattening to make it easer, larger providers of DNS services like CloudFlare support DNS flattening. [A] @ | IP HERE [A] www | IP HERE Here is an example using CNAME or A records on CloudFlare to point to a site on NodeHost.