We have external service that we have no control of, and it is on client side. But we need some subdomains and flexibility there, and process of making them to do work - is huge pain.
So we need subdomain:
We host everything on AWS and use Elastic IP, and are happy to use Route53.
What we want, is to be able to point api.example.com to Route53 Name Servers and then manage all records and subsubdomains our self.
Like change A Record for api.example.com.
And be able to add more subsubdomains like:
And be able to point them the way we want.
So what the solution to such task?
If NS record to Route 53 for api.example.com by the other guys, will grand full control for us? Or we still wont be able to manage subsubdomains?
UPD (after tests):
It does work as a charm. Based on Domain Zones it will use closest branch with NS record to resolve the routing.