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Using a CNAME to forward traffic from a naked domain

I have a domain, flyh2.com. I use a CName to forward www.flyh2.com to flyh2.elasticbeanstalk.com where my web site is hosted. This is the only way Amazon allows custom domain names. A records aren't ...
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proper DNS setup for Dedicated server

I have some problems with .hr domains (croatian domain) and I think I messed up DNS records. For example: jelisavacwlan.hr work ok, but centartepiha.hr sometimes get unaccessible (even ping doesn't ...
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pointing different records to a CNAME record

I am trying to figure out the following and want to know "why" this is or is not possible. 1) May an MX record “point to” a CNAME record? 2) May a CNAME record “point to” a CNAME record? 3) May an ...
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PTR record needed? Where?

I have a problem which I think can be resolved by adding a ptr record. Email isn't working for xx@domain_a.com. I looked up the smtp issues on mxtoolbox.com which returned the following: SMTP Reverse ...
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How to enable my clients use a custom domain name

I want people to be able to use a custom domain name to access an application I have hosted on my server. From what I have read, people can do this by changing the A Record of their accounts to my IP ...
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Cached MX records from Network Solutions..?

The two emails: new_email@website.com ( Previously Network Solutions, now a Google Apps account ) other_email@other_website.com ( A Network Solutions email account ) I changed my MX Records for ...
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Missing glue at child name server

I was running a quick check on Pingdom.com for a new website/server setup and have run into these two errors for the name servers: Missing glue at child: ns1.MYDOMAIN.co.uk The IP address of the name ...
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Windows Server DNS Redirect

I would like to redirect a domain to a host on my local network. Ex: www.microsoft.com locally redirects to: host.ad.mydomain.local What type of DNS record do I need?