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

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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. ...
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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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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 ...
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AWS route53 forwarding

Essentially, I need to know how to point one URL/folder to a web server and a different URL/folder to an EC2 app server. I'm trying to setup a SAAS with the following URL configuration. ...
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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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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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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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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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No longer can get nginx.conf to respect my redirect rules

I want to redirect all sites and subdomains to one https domain name. I'll use https://my-site.com as an example. Previously I had all the redirection working with the following code: server { ...
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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 ...
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auto scaling Amazon ec2 with custom DNS

I am thinking to add auto scaling, my ec2 instance all have custom DNS with route 53, so I am wondering how I can setup auto scaling since I am using DNS, how the new scaled instance get the DNS name. ...
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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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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 ...