Nginx IP and Domain Configuration Guide

It seems like you're encountering an issue where your IP address is pointing to an NGINX page instead of your intended destination, while your domain is pointing correctly. This could indicate a misconfiguration in your server settings or DNS records.

To troubleshoot this, you might want to check the following:

1. Server Configuration: Ensure that your NGINX server configuration is correctly set up to serve your website content. You may need to adjust the server block configuration to point to the correct directory where your website files are located.

2. DNS Records: Verify that your domain's DNS records are configured properly. Double-check the A record for your domain to ensure it points to the correct IP address.

3. Propagation: Sometimes DNS changes can take time to propagate fully across the internet. If you've recently made changes to your DNS records, it's possible that the changes haven't propagated completely yet. You can use online tools to check the current status of your DNS records.

4. Cache: Your browser or DNS resolver might be caching old DNS records. Try clearing your browser cache or using a different browser to see if the issue persists.

If you've checked these points and the issue still persists, you may need to delve deeper into your server and DNS configurations to identify the root cause. Additionally, if you're using a hosting provider, reaching out to their support team for assistance could be helpful.

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