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To the existing DNS I will need to add a CNAME. So that a web server in one country can be easily moved to another country. I'm using 2003 server

I will need to add the following:

  • domain: origin.mycompany.eu
  • currentname 212.90.x.x
  • newname: CNAME origin.advantech.com

I went to the Primary DNS server. I went to Mycompany.eu I've pressed new CNAME I've added the information above.

Is this the correct way?

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Yes, thats pretty much it. There isn't much to adding records in Server 2003, just make sure you are adding it to your proper forward lookup zone.

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