4
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2answers
148 views

Managing many entries in Route53

We use Amazon Route53 as my company's primary DNS. As we grow into using multiple services from different providers, each of them requested some kind of DNS entry to verify our domain and/or use their ...
1
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2answers
56 views

Wildcard Subdomain (*.example.com) with Amazon Route53 DNS and S3

I am hosting a static website using Amazon Route53 for DNS and S3 for html files. It is working fine. Current Setup is: example.com. A ALIAS s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com. www.example.com. ...
0
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0answers
63 views

Whitelabel DNS with Amazon Route53

I've searched the internet for the answer, but I can't find it and this is because DNS management is not exactly in my skillset. I want to use Amazon AWS Route53 to host a multi tenant php application ...
1
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1answer
46 views

Route53 domain and subdomain and fourth level wildcard?

I'm trying to configure a domain name setup like below and having trouble with Route53. base.com sub.base.com *.sub.base.com => CNAME sub.base.com I've attempt to create a new hosted zone ...
0
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1answer
35 views

Can I point my zone apex (example.com versus www.example.com) at my website hosted on an another cloud platform (not Amazon)?

I'm stuck with a problem I guess many of you suffered before and I'm trying to solve it my way without moving from Amazon Route 53 DNS services to another DNS provider. I host two applications in two ...
0
votes
1answer
61 views

How to setup AWS Route53 Alias and CNAME

I am experimenting with my newly written application on EC2. At the moment it is hosted on a particular EC2 instance, however I am sure that before I go live I will want to move it to another server, ...
2
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2answers
92 views

DNS A record ALIASES, and ANAME record differences

We have a number of groups of servers on AWS that use trios of servers to serve out sites. Each server, or set of servers is within a different availability region, one of which is a redirection ...
3
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1answer
121 views

Can't resolve website using Google's public dns

I can't seem to be able access my site: yippie.nl, using Google's public DNS 8.8.8.8. Other DNS's work fine. Could this be due to DNSKEY? Cause Route53 doesn't provide it. ...
0
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0answers
177 views

How can you set up private nameservers when using AWS Route53 and EC2

In the old days of setting up reseller accounts with shared hosting services like HostGator, it was simple to set up "Private Nameservers" by (after having pointed the DNS entries to the hosting ...
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2answers
117 views

Why does MXToolBox not return MX records for my domains hosted with Amazon Route 53?

Ok, this should be straight forward and I'm ashamed I haven't been able to figure this one out for myself, but... I've recently discovered Amazon Route 53 DNS services and I'm now using this for the ...
0
votes
1answer
98 views

Possible to resolve host name to an internal IP address from a central location?

I currently have the following setup: An internal server that has a web application running on it (ip addresss 10.1.1.47) Amazon Route 53 for DNS I would like users on my internal network to be ...
2
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2answers
249 views

How do I set up DNS with nic.io to point to an AWS EC2 server?

I purchased a domain one week ago via nic.io. I have elected to provide my own DNS [because they provided no other option]. I'm trying to point my .io domain at my EC2 server instance. I've allocated ...
1
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0answers
35 views

“Recursive” Wildcard DNS for Amazon Route 53 [duplicate]

The title of the question might be misleading because I'm not an expert and I'm trying to learn the proper terminology. That being said, I'm wondering if it's possible to setup a wildcard DNS record ...
0
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1answer
62 views

Route53 pointing to cloudfront www

I have seen a lot of tutorials about having non-www domain hosting of S3 static websites but I've yet to see one which works on www domains, i.e www.jobkent.com. My steps so far is to create a bucket ...
1
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3answers
97 views

Hosting a site on Amazon S3, URL keeps redirecting

I am trying to use Amazon S3 to host my webiste. I have the domain registered though namecheap. Whenever I navigate to mywebsite.com the URL in the browser changes to ...
2
votes
1answer
574 views

How to export a hosted zone in AWS Route 53?

I see no option to export a backup of the settings for a domain. Maybe I should save the results of public DNS with dig but I would question whether a friend knows a better way.
6
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2answers
309 views

How to address an EC2 instance from both inside and outside datacenter?

I'm trying to find a good way of being able to address my EC2 database instance from both inside and outside of the datacenter. Other EC2 instances need to be able to call into it, and other clients ...
2
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1answer
66 views

Performance penalty when using CNAME

We are using the current CNAME record for a server, i.e. foo.example.com => CNAME => server1.example.com server1.example.com => CNAME => ec2-34-142-138-31.compute-1.amazonaws.com ...
0
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2answers
221 views

Dig -x equivalent for AWS Route 53

I have an IP number associated with an AWS Elastic IP (EIP). I'd like to know, what DNS records in my Route 53 domain are associated with that A record's IP. In a traditional DNS service, I would ...
2
votes
1answer
172 views

Avoiding downtime while switching CNAMEs with AWS's Route53

I'm trying to make a seamless transition from Heroku to AWS. Currently, DNS is being handled by Route53, with a CNAME record sending traffic to the heroku SSL subdomain. I need to change this to an A ...
0
votes
1answer
62 views

DNS setup: CNAME vs wildcard for SaaS

So I'm new to actually caring about how DNS's actually work, as opposed to plugging stuff in and troubleshooting. I have an application that will display different information depending on what domain ...
0
votes
1answer
73 views

Amazon EC2 DNS not answering globally

I am a developer and have virtually no experience configuring a server. I configured Route 53 and my registrar to point to it. Created 3 A record sets to point to my instance elastic ip. When I dig ...
0
votes
1answer
205 views

Amazon Route 53 alternative (BIND?) in my case

I have this project / research where I need to test/work on an EC2 instance with multiple domains (100+) in it. Basically I added an entry (for every domain) in httpd.conf All these domains will ...
0
votes
2answers
829 views

Create 301 Redirection in Amazon Route 53 for Wildcard Subdomains

My domain name hosted on Route 53 DNS. Amazon has a guide to do 301 redirection for www. To naked domain by point www. version to a S3 static website with 301 setted up. My question is, how can I ...
0
votes
1answer
23 views

Instance EC2 like a child subdomain

We're using Route53 DNS to point to an EC2 instance: name.domain.com, and we also need access this form: domain.com/name. What is the correct form to resolve it?
0
votes
1answer
196 views

How to diagnose DNS problems after switching to Route 53

My domain was purchased with Enom and up until a few days ago I was using their DNS. I made the switch to Amazon Route 53 and set up all my records there. Every time I've tweaked the records I've ...
0
votes
1answer
316 views

DKIM in Plesk with DNS managed remotely

Our primary domains DNS is managed over at Amazon Route 53, and so in Plesk (11.x) I've turned DNS off. The problem is that I want to begin using DMARC which requires both SPF and DKIM txt records to ...
1
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1answer
985 views

DNS mask for Route53 crazy delegation set

I really don't know the terms to explain this problem, but please bare with me just a little bit. I have an AWS Route53 with a lot of clients, and I would like to build something like a DNS server in ...
1
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2answers
164 views

Creating sub-sub-domain on Amazon Route 53 [duplicate]

I'm trying to get my development environment as such: dev.domain.com dev.admin.domain.com qa.domain.com qa.admin.domain.com I've created them just like I would create a sub-domain on the Route 53 ...
0
votes
1answer
129 views

Subdomain NameServers to control fourth level domains using Route53?

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 ...
0
votes
1answer
795 views

Name server on subdomain behind Amazon Route 53

I have a linode server with a name server running on it. I have my domain: example.com registered through GoDaddy. And the name servers set to Amazons, I am using Amazon Route 53 to manage it. I want ...
-1
votes
3answers
312 views

Transferring domain to Amazon Route 53. Being asked for NS server's IP addresses

I'm trying to migrate an existing domain to Amazon Route 53. I've followed the guide at: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/Route53/latest/DeveloperGuide/MigratingDNS.html My current DNS host is ...
1
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2answers
175 views

Redirecting Domain using Route53 DNS

I'm thinking of redirect the user to http://webmail.domain.com/3rdparty/roundcube directly instead of http://webmail.domain.com/ Is there anyway i can do this, it only seem that i can edit the"Sub ...
0
votes
1answer
145 views

Using Amazon route53 for high availability

Using Amazon Route53 DNS, is it possible to build a highly available setup pointing to multiple web servers not on Amazon? I don't need to worry about session stickyness. Let's assume I have two web ...
3
votes
2answers
123 views

route53 for multiple identical domains

My main domain is example.com, but also bought example.org and example.net. I've configured my webservers at *.example.com to handle requests from the other domains and redirect them correctly to ...
1
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1answer
498 views

How to setup multitenant Route53 subdomains with parent domain not on Route53?

My goal is to be able to add/drop subdomains for a multi-tenant app via Route53: tenant.example.com. Account provisioning should place the new tenant on a hosting node and then add the newly onboarded ...
3
votes
1answer
1k views

How do I redirect www to non-www in Route53?

I host my site at domain.com. My DNS entries in Route53 are as follows: domain.com A xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 300 domain.com NS stuff.awsdns-47.org 172800 domain.com SOA ...
0
votes
2answers
472 views

Using Route 53 with EC2 Public DNS and Virtual Hosts

I would like subdomains of my EC2 Instance Public URL to point to different document trees in on my machine so foo.ec2-012-345-678-901.eu-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com has a separate DocumentRoot to ...
-1
votes
1answer
127 views

Setting up DNS on Windows when using Amazon Route53

I have a new Virtual Private Server from GoDaddy that uses Plesk 11 control panel on a Windows Server 2008 operating system with 2 IP addresses. I had a lot of trouble getting it set up, but with ...
3
votes
1answer
595 views

Route53 only for wildcard subdomain

We recently moved our web application to AWS. One thing that is still managed by our old hoster is DNS. OLD HOSTER example.com. NS <Old hoster's name server> example.com. A ...
1
vote
1answer
439 views

How to use route 53 to create subdomains that reference specific URLs of an EC2 instance

I have an EC2 instance running Redmine and myPHPadmin at https://myElasticIP/redmine and https://myElasticIP/phpmyadmin. I have a domain name registered with namecheap: myDomain.us Using Route 53, ...
0
votes
1answer
217 views

How to use private DNS to map private IP with “non registred” domain name

I would like to use a private DNS (Route53 in our case) in order to map hosts to EC2 instance private IP addresse. The hosted zone we are using for testing is not declared in any registrar ...
0
votes
1answer
284 views

How can I give a user permissions to a Route 53 hosted domain by the command line?

I'm using Amazon Route 53 to host several domains, and I need to grant permission to several of those domains to several users. How can I do this process from the command line?
1
vote
0answers
619 views

MX records not working on Amazon route 53

I have configured my Amazon route 53 DNS to add the google apps MX records and here is how my route 53 configuration looks like (please ignore the upper red box in the photo) : However, these MX ...
0
votes
2answers
396 views

Recommended method for routing www to zone apex (naked domain) using AWS Route 53

In my AWS Route 53 control panel I simply have 2 A records currently set up for the 'www' and the 'non www' names. Both point to the Elastic IP address associated with my EC2 Instance. This works well ...
0
votes
1answer
236 views

Route 53 - IP:PORT [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use DNS to redirect domain to specific port on my server Using Route 53, how would I make a record point to an IP:PORT? I have tried using a CNAME but it will ...
-1
votes
1answer
132 views

Nameserver not updating client cache

I've changed nameserver records for my domain name, migrating the dns to AWS Route53. I've updated the dns a week ago, changing the value for the cname record "mail.". I can see it working fine while ...
2
votes
2answers
800 views

Similarities and Differences between CNAME record and Route 53 ALIAS record

Can somebody point out the similarities and differences between the normal CNAME record and Amazon's Route 53 ALIAS record. ?
0
votes
1answer
323 views

Multi-domain DNS configuration with Route53

I am configuring a few domain names in Route53 and am looking for some advice on best practices for setting things up. Here is the scenario: Let's say domain1.com is my master corporate domain, and I ...
1
vote
2answers
1k views

Godaddy vs. Route53 for DNS [closed]

I have my website set up as an EC2 instance and my DNS is currently Godaddy. I'm considering switching to Amazon AWS Route53 for DNS. The one thing I noticed however is that Route53 charges monthly ...