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This should be incredibly obvious, but I can't seem to work out how to do it.

I have an EC2 instance running. I can see the 'Public DNS' (hostname) of my instance.

I have set up a Route 53 'hosted zone' for my domain, and changed the name servers with the registrar.


But how (using the AWS Management Console) do I actually link them, so my domain maps to my instance?

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You create an A record to the Elastic IP that is (should be!) attached to your instance.

If you're using an Elastic Load Balancer, you create an ALIAS record to it instead.

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