Amazon Route 53 is a highly available and scalable Domain Name System (DNS) web service.

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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 ...
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How to adjust frequency of Amazon Route53 Health Check?

I have set up a basic failover process within Amazon Route53 where they conduct a health check and if they're unhappy with the results, they reroute requests to a secondary server. According to my ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Manage private VPC IP addresses with Route 53

Does any one know if it's possible to manage internal private network addresses (10.0.X.X) using Route 53. As you can imagine, I wouldn't want these names to resolve outside of my VPN.
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Geographical proximity based IP translation

I'm currently using Amazon's EC2 for my socket application to which mobile devices connect via an application I've written (it uses the server's IP address to connect). I'm looking for a Load ...
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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 ...
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Setting up CloudFlare with Route 53?

I'm trying to get CloudFlare to sit in front of Route 53. I have my main web server on an ELB (which doesn't have an IP address). CloudFlare needs an IP for an A record, so how can I accomplish this?
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Using Route 53, how to point a domain without www to an ELB? [duplicate]

I can already CNAME the www to my ELB DNS, but how would I route the non www as well?
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Configure subdomain to point to S3 bucket using Route 53

How would I go about mapping files.example.com to an Amazon S3 bucket using Amazon's Route 53 service? I've attempted to add a CNAME record but I get the following:
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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?
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Using htaccess with Elastic Load Balancer and Route 53 [closed]

I have transfered my DNS to Route 53 and currently use an alias record to point my www.domain.com and domain.com to my Elastic Load Balancer. Both work great but my problem is when I try to use an ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Amazon Route 53 www record

I'm looking to move our current dns to route 53 due to some limitations with our provider. Currently we have A records with network solutions for: www @ (None) * (All others) other ...
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AWS Route 53 Latency Based service for non AWS Instances

We need to use one of our own dedicated servers in conjunction with the Route 53 service alongside our AWS instances. Is latency based DNS supported for non AWS IP Addresses?
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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How do I know when my Route53 record sets become effective?

So I have added my domain to Route53 and updated the name servers of the domains to that of Route53. I have added the record sets (A, MX and TXT) that I need. How do I know when these DNS ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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How to config Amazon Route53 working without www in sub-domain

edit: Amazon now supports this. http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2012/12/root-domain-website-hosting-for-amazon-s3.html I have my domain config in Route53 at Amazon AWS exec ping command in my domain ...
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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 ...
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mx records aren't resolving on Amazon Route 53

I've been trying to send mail to my new postfix configuration from my yahoo and gmail accounts and so far it has been nothing doing. On my Amazon Route 53 I have my mx record listed as: 1 ...
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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, ...
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Unix to execute program on WAN IP update

How do I access the current IP address? Is there a way to execute a program every time it changes? I want to make a program that whenever my IP changes, it will use the Amazon Route 53 API and update ...
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Gluster volume create -> host not a friend

If I use IPs to create Gluster volume, it works well, but when I use hostnames, it says: Host glustertest1 not a friend glustertest1 is Route 53 name which resolves to EC2 Instance private address. ...
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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 ...
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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?
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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 ...
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Back end ec2 instance is accessible through ssh and browser but fails load balancer health check

I'm setting up a load balancer for the first time so please bear with me as I try to provide as much detail (I'll be checking back on this question every 15 minutes so I can speedily reply to any ...
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How long does it take for a Route 53 CNAME to work?

I have set up a CNAME in Amazon's Route 53 to point to another server. This is a new CNAME for a new subdomain pointing to an existing domain name. With other DNS providers that I've worked with, new ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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. ?
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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 ...
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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 ...