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

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How to connect Amazon EC2 with Cloudflare?

I'm trying to set up Amazon EC2 with Cloudflare for more than one day. I already added all the information NS failover with NS route53 no Cloudflare but nothing works. Someone got success to connect ...
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Syncing multiple Plesk instance/server DNS entries [on hold]

I have two servers, one in the US and one in France both running Plesk Control Panel. I'm no stranger to SSH and manual administration, I just can't hand off a chrooted ssh to my clients and expect ...
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Private Route53 zone and dynamic DNS

I have a simple question, with hopefully a simple solution. I have a private Route53 zone, which is only available within a VPC. I want some kind of dynamic dns, so when servers are launched, they ...
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S3 static website hosting, which DNS CNAME record should I use?

I have created a S3 static website e.g. www.example.com The S3 endpoind is: www.example.com.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com When I dig this DNS ...
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How do I setup a “subdomain empty” DNS CNAME?

I am hosting a webserver with about 200 domains. The DNS records of those domains are a simple CNAME record of the form: *.domain1.com. CNAME myhostingserver.mydomain.com. *.domain2.com. CNAME ...
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Route 53 A name record to EC2 instance not working

I have an issue with my ec2 instance hosted on AWS. The EC2 instance has an associated Elastic ip address that I can access and confirmed is working (SSHing into the instance and changing the base ...
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Configure EC2 to allow internal and external DNS lookups

Im a little new to AWS, but I've been a Linux admin/engineer for a while. I had a question regarding AWS DNS setup. I setup a Hosted Zone inside Route53 so I could configure the servers to use ...
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Elastic Beanstalk on a naked domain?

If I were to be using Elastic Beanstalk to deploy a cluster of servers, it creates a load balancer for me. The advice is to specify an A record pointing to the Elastic Beanstalk name provided ...
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Redirect non-www requests to www on Amazon Route 53

I want to redirect all requests from example.com to www.example.com. Preferably, this should happen at DNS level. I tried using PTR records, but that simply fails, returning a 404. wwww.example.com ...
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Access Amazon S3 Static Website Through IPv6

I host a static website on Amazon S3 with DNS hosted on Amazon Route 53. I'd like my site to be accessible via IPv4 and IPv6 (because it's about time). When I use the Route 53 AWS Management Console ...
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Are name servers enough to point a domain to an S3 bucket host?

I recently bought three domains via some site, planning on pointing them to an S3 bucket. The first one I succeeded in doing so, because I added both name servers, an A record, and a CNAME for the ...
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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 ...
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“SOA Serial Number Format is Invalid” warning by mxtoolbox.com - why?

When testing the SOA setting for example-domain.org on http://mxtoolbox.com/, it says that SOA Serial Number Format is Invalid The entry is ns-885.awsdns-46.net. awsdns-hostmaster.amazon.com. 1 ...
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In a Route53 Roundrobin health-check architecture, will AWS cache packets for retry if healthcheck interval hasn't kicked in

Will AWS cache packets for retry if the packet that is directed by Route53 fails but have not been triggered by healthcheck due to Basic Interval yet? As an example, I have 2 endpoints (called A, ...
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hosting files with amazon route 53 SES [closed]

I am a little confused. I setup my domain with route 53. (I have it also configured with SES side note) I have pointed my DNS to amazon. Now I need to upload a file into this domain. How do I do ...
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Is it possible to update a website without down time WITHOUT an Elastic Load Balancer on AWS?

I have an ASP.NET MVC application hosted on a stand alone EC2 instance. My Route53 hosted zone has a record to the Elastic IP of the EC2 instance. I don't have an Elastic Load Balancer and I don't ...
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AWS Route 53 - route to server outside of AWS Cloud

Is it possible to route to a server outside of the AWS Cloud with a CNAME? In this case it is my API that is sitting in a different cloud -> so can i route to api.example.com to this API? (I have my ...
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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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AWS Elastic Beanstalk Single Environment website update without down time

I am running a single instance Elastic Beanstalk environment with an EC2 instance and MySql RDS. The documentation for applying a website update without down time is geared to multi instance ...
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Creating domain name to ec2 instance with masking

I have a created a EC2 instance and hosted my application in the amazon cloud and wanted to set the domain name to my EC2 instance (which URL is to long) and I want the domain name to be present in ...
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Route 53 not able to map to EC2 using an Elastic IP

So I launched an EC2 instance with an Elastic IP attached to it. I am able to see my app online (HTTP) using the IP address (52.88.100.62). I bought a domain name (rishijavia.com) and was trying to ...
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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 ...
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Use Amazon Route 53 Geolocation with a custom subnet

Is it possible to use Amazon Route 53 Geolocation routing policy with a custom subnet instead of the available Continent/Country location? I have requirements to go a bit more in depth than country ...
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How do I install and use the cli53 tools on Windows?

I'm trying to find the simplest way to import a large number of BIND zone files in to Route 53. I've had a quick look at the AWS CLI and AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell but they don't seem to include ...
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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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AWS Route 53 DNS not resolving to subdomain

My DNS domain for numeet.com (just a spare domain) was pointed to Route 53, and resolution of numeet.com and www.numeet.com is working fine. However, a subdomain called learn.numeet.com is not ...
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Using CloudFormation, I cannot get an AAAA record to work with ELB

I have the following two CloudFormation resources: "TestELB" { ... }, "TestRecordSetGroup": { "Type": "AWS::Route53::RecordSetGroup", "Properties": { "HostedZoneName": "example.com.", ...
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Amazon Web Services, mod_remoteip behind VPC hosted ELB occasionally sending IPv6 addresses

On Amazon Web Services, I have an EC2 instance running Apache and mod_remoteip. The instance is behind a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) hosted Elastic Load Balancer (ELB). In the mod_remoteip config ...
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sub-subdomain records for public hosted zone in AWS not working

I have added public hosted zone foo.mydomian.io in Route 53 and got my DNS provider to add name-servers for the sub-domain, however any records I create for mapping instances be it Type - A or CNAME ...
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Pointing a domain to AWS Route 53

I am having difficulties getting my domain to point to my EC2 properly. I searched through a few third party guides online, and got slightly swamped in the official AWS documentation, but despite this ...
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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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Recent alarm fired for AWS Route53 Health Check Status [closed]

I have a hosted zone setup in Route53 where I'm managing the DNS records. It looks like there is a default alarm called "awsroute53-dfdg......High-HealthCheckStatus". Only over the past couple weeks ...
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Sender address rejected: Domain not found - after Route 53 (Amazon AWS) changes

We had been getting these messages when customers try sending us emails. This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification THIS IS A WARNING MESSAGE ONLY. YOU DO NOT NEED ...
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Using/redirecting multiple domain names with single dns zone

I have one master domain name for one of my web sites. I also have many other domain names as secondary. All my DNS records are on my master domain name and for other domain names I just create zones ...
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AWS: Using Route53 for development EC2 instances

I want to use Route53 to give our organisation a standardised set of domain names for our dev environments (e.g. website2.theclient.development.com). I can create a new sub domain in a Route53 hosted ...
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Is there a way to use Route 53 as a DNS failover, that activates a dormant (i.e. cheaper) EC2 instance that takes over?

Is there a way to use Route 53 as a DNS failover, that activates a dormant (i.e. cheaper) EC2 instance that takes over? My idea is to use a different provider to host most of the time, but if there ...
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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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AWS route 53: If I want to use external server do I need to change SOA & NS records?

If I want to point to a server not in AWS, Do I need to change the SOA & NS records that are created automatically (by route 53) ? Thanks Rafael.
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AWS CloudFormation returning “Invalid request” when trying to create a AWS::Route53::RecordSet

I'm at a loss on this one. 99% of the time CloudFormation is pretty good at giving you some kind of debug message you can work with, but "Invalid request" has left me stumped, especially when the ...
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ec2 route53 + openwrt: openwrt as nameserver in ec2 vpc

I have an OpenWRT router with an IP reachable within an Amazon EC2 VPC. The router is running a dnsmasq server. Router IP is 192.168.13.1. A client is connected to the router with hostname 'iPhone' ...
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Best way to point client's domain to my server

I am creating a landing page creation and hosting service. My clients will be able to link their domain to their account. I am using AWS and Route 53. I'm considering two potential systems: Having ...
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AWS Route 53: How to migrate a hosted zone from one account to another completely?

I have two AWS accounts old and new. I have a hosted ZONE on old account under Route 53 service. I want to migrate it completely from old to new. How can I do it ? Are there any predefined steps ...
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Route 53 configuration for Cloudfront distribution linked to S3 bucket for naked domain

I am using route 53 for a domain (example.com) linked to my app on Heroku. To handle naked domain redirection, I am using a S3 bucket as explained here: ...
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AWS - ELB - NTP - Unable to forward UDP Traffic?

I am trying to setup two micro-instances behind an internal ELB which will handle mundane tasks such as central logging and NTP queries, but come to realize that ELB doesn't support UDP forwarding. ...
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http://www.example.com addresses fail, example.com succeeds - apache/route53 [closed]

This one is really weird. I've got an Apache web server running on Ubuntu 14.04 with DNS provided by AWS's Route53. When I point a browser (or CURL in a console) to example.com with the http://www in ...
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How to set up AWS Cloudfront for dynamic number of domains for a dynamic site?

THE SETUP We have a webs/wix/etc-like website management system we are trying to use with CloudFront. It has the following domains and subdomains. - ourdomain: our main website - admin.ourdomain: ...
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(Amazon AWS) How to redirect an old domain to a new one-While not having any server for the old domain anymore (so I cant redirect it using .htaccess) [closed]

I had this website: www.example.pro and now I created a new website using Amazon AWS, and bought a new domain: www.example.com. I defined everything on Route 53 on Amazon. Everything works perfect ...
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AWS Route53 Subdomain Does Not Work All The Time

I am creating an A record for sub domains on my parent domain's hosted zone. The record gets created successfully but when I visit the subdomain it does not resolve to the sub domains ec2 server all ...
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Serving a S3 static website from a naked domain, without migrating to AWS Route53

I'm working on a site that I'd like to serve from a naked domain like foo.com, and serve it from AWS S3'. However, the documentation I can find with AWS gave me the impression that if I want to do ...
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Route53 Hosted Zone Subdomain Creation

I have successfully migrated my DNS from godaddy to use Amazon's Route53 to manage my DNS. My question is when creating subdomains do I have to create their own hosted zone or just an A RecordSet ...