You stand behind the white line at the back of the court. This is known as the base line.
you may stand anywhere behind the service line (the rear out of bounds line) you must be inside the imaginary extensions of the side out of bounds lines.
In volleyball courts, there are area named: Searving area.
It is 10'.
There is a diagram...
The endline. Usually not the boundary around the entire court but the second one in.
very last line in the corner
You must stand behind the base line.
The distance from the volleyball net to the serving line for volleyball is approximately 29 feet and 6 inches.
(Indoor Volleyball) 10 normal paces away from the net for varsity, if you're serving overhand, if you are serving underhand, you must be at lease 15+ paces away from the net when serving. Changes may apply depending on your gym size.
If your foot is on the serving line
The rally begins with a serving from the serving team.
In Volleyball, you typically rotate clockwise- so if you were in the serving position (back right), the you'd move to the center back position. Where you stand exactly depends on the system of court placement you're running.
Putting the ball into play.
The basic skills of volleyball are passing (bumping), setting, serving, and hitting.
You can hit i volleyball by bumping it, serving it, spiking it, jump serving, roll shot, roll serve, and jump roll