Here are instructions to setup a new CNAME (a sub-domain that points to SearchSpring):
This facilitates the integration of SearchSpring's hosted search pages with your website. This is the domain that customers will see when using SearchSpring on your website.
In your DNS configuration, create a new record with the following settings:
Record Type: CNAME record (Canonical Name record)
Record / Node: search.mystore.com (This is the sub-domain you want customers to see when using SearchSpring - you may customize this as needed)
TTL: Default (typically on the order of 60 minutes)
CName: search.searchspring.net (This is the hostname that points to SearchSpring)
The DNS configuration for your domain will typically be managed by your web hosting company or a third-party DNS provider like GoDaddy, EasyDNS or Dynect. Specific instructions should be available within your DNS provider's management interface. If you run into any trouble with the setup, feel free to contact the SearchSpring team for guidance.