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I have a VPS with a single IP address running IIS 7.0

Am I right in saying to host multiple websites on different domains I would:

  • Set the domain name's primary nameserver to point to my VPS IP.
  • Set the binding for the particular website to the chosen domain.

Bingo, each website would now go to the right place in IIS?

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No - you point the domain's NS records to wherever you have DNS hosting for that domain. Then in your DNS hosting, you create A records for example.com and probably www.example.com that point to the IP of your server.

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