Domain parking

You can work with the main domain of our service click.altercpa.one, but we strongly recommend that you use your own domains for traffic forwarding. This will reduce the likelihood of bypassing filters, ad blockers and sanctions from various services. We offer you two different options for domain parking, choose the best one for you in terms of filtering tasks.

Parking for scripts

You can use your own domains to handle traffic. Before adding a new domain in this section, please park it with our service. To do this, you need to set up a DNS zone with your domain registrar.

  1. Add the domain to the system. To do this, go to the "Parking for scripts" section of your personal account and enter the full name of your domain in the "Domain" field of the required type. You don't need to specify www, and you don't need to use http:// either.
  2. Configure domain DNS servers. This action is performed in the personal account of your domain registrar. In the DNS settings of the domain, specify the use of free DNS of your registrar. If your registrar does not provide free DNS, we recommend using CloudFlare, the settings are shown below.
  3. Configure your domain's DNS zone. This action is also performed on the side of your registrar or CloudFlare. Go to the DNS zone editor in the registrar's personal account (do not confuse it with setting up DNS servers, you just need to set up a DNS zone).
    • Remove any existing A, AAAA, and CNAME records that point to the domain you want. For the root domain, their name will be @ or the domain name, for a subdomain, respectively, the name of the subdomain.
    • Add a new record of type A with this name and value 95.216.29.72
    • If you require IPv6 support, add a new AAAA record with this name and value 2a01:4f9:2a:1d9b:0:0:0:13
    • Do not add these entries for the www subdomain as its use is not supported. You can use the www subdomain as your target site pointing to your main server.
  4. Wait for the end of the domain binding. Depending on various conditions, including the phase of the moon and the strength of the torsion fields, domain binding can take from several minutes to three days. You can check if the domain is linked by clicking the "Check" button.

The table of parked domains will show the current binding status. It is recommended to start working with traffic only if "Active" is indicated in the "Status" column. Within a few hours after the domain status changes to "Active", it receives an SSL certificate. A domain with an active SSL certificate gets a padlock in its name. You can speed up the domain check process by clicking the "Check" button (press no more than once every 15 minutes).

Disclaimer: in the list of parked domains, the dates of registration and expiration of domains are indicated for reference, as well as a check mark for checking the status of the domain. They have no effect on performance and are not supported for all domain zones. The absence of a green check mark in the "Created" column is not an error.

Parking for proxy

You can use your own service for direct domain parking. This option is very convenient if you use landing pages for your traffic. Before using direct parking, you need to prepare the server.

Features of parking in CloudFlare

CloudFlare provides ideal DNS servers for your domains. When working with this service, there are two configuration options that require the following preparation:

  1. Sign up for CloudFlare. You can do this here . Don't buy a paid or premium subscription, you won't need it.
  2. Add your domain to CloudFlare. To do this, use the Add a Site button on the main page of your CloudFlare personal account. When adding, select a free plan. You don't need a paid subscription.
  3. Enter DNS CloudFlare for your domain. When adding a site, CloudFlare will prompt you to change your domain's DNS servers to yours. This is done in the personal account of your domain registrar.
  4. Configure your domain's DNS zone. This action is also performed on the CloudFlare side. Go to the DNS zone editor in your personal account.
    • Remove any existing A, AAAA, and CNAME records that point to the domain you want. For the root domain, their name will be @ or the domain name, for a subdomain, respectively, the name of the subdomain.
    • Add a new record of type A with this name and value 95.216.29.72
    • If you require IPv6 support, add a new AAAA record with this name and value 2a01:4f9:2a:1d9b:0:0:0:13
    • Do not add these entries for the www subdomain as its use is not supported. You can use the www subdomain as your target site pointing to your main server.

CloudFlare as DNS server

With this setting, you use CloudFlare as your DNS provider. This allows you to forward domains directly to the AlterCPA One server. In the DNS records section of CloudFlare, the "DNS Only" mode must be enabled instead of "Proxied". No other settings are required.

CloudFlare as a full-fledged proxy

With this configuration option, all traffic is passed through the CloudFlare service and caching must be disabled.

  1. Configure your domain's DNS zone. Make sure that the added record has the DNS and HTTP proxy status selected (red cloud with an arrow through and through), and not DNS only (gray cloud with a bypass arrow).
  2. Set up encryption. Go to the Crypto section of your domain settings and specify the following settings:
    • SSL: Flexible
    • Always use HTTPS: On (if you need HTTPS support)
    • Automatic HTTPS Rewrites: On (if you need HTTPS support)
    Leave the rest of the parameters unchanged.
  3. Set up protection. Go to the Firewall section and set the Security level to Essentially Off.
  4. Add a cache bypass rule. Go to the Page Rules section of your domain settings and click on Create Page Rule with the following settings:
    • If the URL matches: provide your domain and path /tracker* like this domain.com/tracker*
    • Browser integrity check: Off
    • Cache level: Bypass
    • Disable security: Security is disabled
    Click Save and deploy to complete the configuration.

Configuring a Direct Domain Parking Server

To work with direct domain parking, you need to use your own virtual server. The most minimal server configuration your ISP has to offer will suit you.

Technical requirements
Operating system: Debian 10 x64 (without control panel and software)
Processor: 1 vCore
RAM: 512MB or more
Hard disk: 100-200 MB of free disk space for software plus up to 1GB for cache

To configure the server, you need to connect to the server via SSH and enter commands like this:

wget https://cpa.st/setup/park.sh
bash park.sh www.altercpa.one 123-abdcefgh

The exact code to run on the server is listed under "Proxy parking". Installation will take a few minutes. Once the installation is complete, enter the IP address of your VPS server in the "Proxy parking section and you can use the parking.

If you need to configure a new server, click on the "Change IP" button and you will receive new instructions on how to configure it.