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wapumts
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with browser you can Preview site without DNS propagation?
how to do ?
what to write in the web address bar?

you can write an example thanks

thanks, I wait
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Dhanya
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Hi,

It depends on which OS you are using:

If you are using Windows then you need to add the DNS entry in \%SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts configuration file as follows:
192.0.43.10    example.com www.example.com

On Apple Macintosh computers, the hosts file is located at /private/etc/hosts.

On Linux computers, the hosts file is located at /etc/hosts.

Note: Replace the IP given above with your server IP and example.com with your domain name.

Let us know if you have any further queries.
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wapumts
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I can not

use windows as a home PC
I have a vps with his IP
I installed webuzo with main domain already propagated with DNS

I would like to prepare another domain on the VPS
I would like to test it before changing its DNS

what address do I enter in the navigation bar?
http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/site.com DOES NOT WORK

what to do ?
thanks, I wait
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Dhanya
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Hi,

Which OS have you installed on your VPS?

If Linux/Ubuntu then your hosts file exists as:
/etc/hosts

add the entry as follows:
192.0.43.10    example.com www.example.com

Note: Replace the IP given above with your server IP and example.com with your domain name.

Let us know if you have any further queries.
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wapumts
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Hello,
Centos 6 64bit is installed on the VPS

thanks, I wait
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wapumts
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Hello,
Centos 6 64bit is installed on the VPS

thanks, I wait
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Dhanya
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Hi,

From the screenshot it seems you are trying to access your domain(not propagated till date) from your Windows web browser. You need to add the domain entry in Windows /etc/hosts file.

When you want to issue curl/ping from your CentOS server tp your domain then you will have to add the domain entry in /etc/hosts file of your CentOS server.

Let us know if you have any further queries.
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