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There are some services that offer a special functionality of aliasing in the sense of "we'll publish an regular record (probably A/AAAA in your case) that we regularly look up from a name behind the scenes" that can be used in this kind of situation instead of a CNAME record. This is not that kind of service, in this case it appears that they are just ...


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I don't see any reason to think that it works. When I query thereitwas.com, I don't get back valid nameservers. I get the CNAME, follow the CNAME, and get Amazon's nameservers. All attempts to get an authoritative result fail for me. I ran tests with two DNS check tools and they both agree with my results -- DNS for thereitwas.com is broken because the ...


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If you're accessing the rood of your CloudFront distribution, you need to set a default root object: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonCloudFront/latest/DeveloperGuide/DefaultRootObject.html To specify a default root object using the CloudFront console: Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon CloudFront console at ...


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You were really close, but there are a couple of subtleties with S3 Routing Rules that you need to take into account: The HttpErrorCodeReturnedEquals element is one form of negative matching, but while an object that isn't present may cause a 404, it also may cause a 403. This depends on the bucket policy. You'll need to determine which is the case for ...


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I'm not sure if you still need to perform this operation since you asked it many months ago, but due to the lack of information on internet about this subject I've decided to create a tutorial and post it here to help other people who's facing the same situation . This is what worked for me. Basically you'll need the following: S3 bucket ( Where you'll ...



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