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2answers
53 views

Why use CNAME in Route 53+S3 combination

I have been going through Amazon's docs on using Route 53 in conjunction with S3 to serve static websites. The strategy they show is to do: example.com A -> alias to ...
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1answer
57 views

CNAME to Amazon does not resolve

I see a lot of people using IP addresses like, ec2-54.208.90.77.compute-1.amazonaws.com Just for reference, that's my actual instance IP address. However, when I try I get, $ nslookup ...
0
votes
1answer
46 views

Server not available at new Route53 CNAME

I have a static website (www.example.com) hosted through AWS S3 and Route53. The customer registered their DNS through GoDaddy; www.example.com traffic works great. On that static website is a ...
2
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2answers
84 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 ...
2
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1answer
219 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 ...
3
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3answers
232 views

DNS: CNAME as www record

I'm considering changing the DNS www records of a domain name from an A record to a CNAME. Various questions and answers on serverfault are not as clear cut as I'd hoped. Also, many DNS checking tools ...
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1answer
82 views

More than one CNAME for S3 website

Is it possible to have more that one CNAME for amazon web services S3 web site? In docs it is said that bucket name should be equal CNAME. mysite.com and www.mysite.com as aliaces do I need to ...
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2answers
993 views

Why can I resolve this hostname but not a cname to this hostname?

If I run dig against a hostname, I get the according cname, however I get an NXDOMAIN error (non existent domain). if I run dig against the cname I got, I can resolve it to an IP address ...
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2answers
423 views

How to get a custom Amazon s3 url?

Right now when I upload a file to my Amazon s3 buckert the url to the file looks like this: https://s3.amazonaws.com/<MY BUCKET NAME>/filename.extension I would like to use something like ...
1
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1answer
804 views

Elastic Load Balancer + Domain setup

How do I assign the ELB (Elastic Load Balancer) to my domain. Do I need to do it for the main domain (ie. domain.com) or sub domain (www.domain.com). My registrar is godaddy - how I do it? - What's ...
0
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1answer
85 views

How do I add a subdomain entry for my instance in the Amazon Web Services?

I have an instance running and I need to point the "elastic ip" to my domain name (www.mydomain.com), I also want to add rsc.mydomain.com, 1.mydomain.com, 2.mydomain.com How can I do that? Is it in ...
0
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1answer
855 views

Network DNS Issues Complicated by Amazon EC2 DNS CNAME

I am getting some strange DNS/Network issues accessing sites running on my Ubuntu 10.10 instance on EC2. I have 6 sites VHosted on a single LAMP stack which have been quite happily working for a month ...
3
votes
3answers
3k views

CNAME to AWS Public DNS?

Instead of assigning an Elastic IP to an EC2 instance, can I just CNAME a URL to the instance's public DNS name?
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2answers
5k views

CNAME record for Amazon S3 — any drawbacks?

I'd like to make a CNAME record for my Amazon S3 domain, to have nicer URLs. There's not much discussion of this out there on the web, and nothing at all in the Amazon documentation (unless I'm ...