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You can't use CNAME record for the root of the domain. You'll need to use an A record instead, but an A record can only point to an IP address, so you'll need to find the IP address of nodejs-something.rhcloud.com. Does this rhcloud server allow you to configure host headers on the web server? If so, you'll also need to have an entry on your webserver to ...


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You need a new certificate for test.domain.com -- you can't add it to an existing certificate that has already been issued. If you'll be doing much else with subdomains, you might consider getting a wildcard certificate for *.domain.com.


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Dumb mistake. The Azure setup and the CNAME approach were both fine. I mistakenly mapped the wrong subdomain at the domain registrar.


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anycast is on the "ip level" It pretty much has multiple providers broadcasting to the internet saying the IP is here and its up to the routers between the client and servers to decide which is the quickest location to the endpoint. also a CNAME if its within the same zone file is a single lookup


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That it not something you can change with DNS records. Your application/web server is configured to redirect requests to app.web-app.com. If/how that can be changed depends on the app in question. To learn more about this, read about how HTTP works.


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1) You can reserve ip addresses on Azure using powershell or the preview portal (both requires ip to be reserved prior vm creation. Can't be made after it was already deployed.) http://azure.microsoft.com/blog/2014/05/14/reserved-ip-addresses/ 2) You must create A records not CNAMES. 10.3. MX and NS records The domain name used as the value of a NS ...


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It seems to me that, since cloudapp.net is not yours to use however you want, what you may actually want to do is deploy the new version so that it's accessible on ver1app.cloudapp.net and associate your custom domain with that. Clearly not what you had in mind initially but that would at least allow your legacy clients to continue working and having the ...


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The domain name "cloudapp.net" is controlled by Microsoft. Deleting the Cloud Service will cause the domain name to be released, and eventually it won't resolve to anything, the only way for you to keep using the domain name is to use a Cloud Service. If your old devices doesn't understand URL Redirect, or JQuery redirects, or anything redirect, then you're ...


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Would an IIS rewrite rule help? This link talks about CDN but it shows rewrites. You might ask on SO if you need help with the rewrite rule. See also http://weblogs.asp.net/owscott/rewrite-vs-redirect-what-s-the-difference


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What you have there: *.france 3600 IN A 2.2.2.2 will work exactly as you're expecting; a query for abc.france.example.com will get the answer from the wildcard A record, while france.example.com will still be getting its data from france 3600 IN A 2.2.2.2. No extra lookup is needed, as you're not doing additional delegation. If it's ...



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