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What you would need to do is setup an alias tree, similar to How Health Checks Work in More Complex Amazon Route 53 Configurations, and ensuring evaluate target health is set to true. proxy.domain.com / type geo | location: default -> alias -> wrr.domain.com proxy.domain.com / type geo | location: Japan -> alias -> japan.domain.com proxy.domain.com / ...
You're missing the Alias record set for example.com that points to the S3 bucket example.com which contains the redirect.
You can create AWS Lambda function that make this change (only for this single record) and make an invocation policy for this function.
Route53 recently added private DNS, which allows you to specify private DNS records that apply only within a VPC. You can make two zones in Route53 for the same domain, set internal records up in one of them, and apply that in the VPC. Users outside the VPC would get the other zone.
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