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If I need to set a IP for my domain abc.com, should I put @ and the IP address on my DNS server ?

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Yes. The @ designates the root domain.
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It depends on the DNS server. On a Windows DNS server, for example, you simply leave the hostname field blank to create the "@" record.
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