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answered Unable to ping/ssh/telnet new EC2 linux instance
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comment Unable to ping/ssh/telnet new EC2 linux instance
@BelminFernandez but here it seems to be blocking everything..
Jun
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asked Unable to ping/ssh/telnet new EC2 linux instance
Dec
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accepted DNS: CNAME as www record
Dec
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comment DNS: CNAME as www record
This is where I get confused: until I use Route53 which I will end up using, my current dns zone records are example.com and www A records pointing to an IP. I need to point them to the ELB so I would make both CNAMES. But that's wrong right because the example.com one has to be an A record? Is there no way then not to use Route53?
Dec
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comment DNS: CNAME as www record
thanks for your answer. so you are saying that the domain apex (*.example.com) requires an A record? It can't be a CNAME unlike www?
Dec
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comment DNS: CNAME as www record
I would think that's what one is supposed to do but then why are the DNS tools checking for A records and IP addresses?
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comment DNS: CNAME as www record
Appreciate your answer. Perhaps I have to use Amazon's nameservers Route 53 was a constraint I considered as possible.
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asked DNS: CNAME as www record
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comment AWS EC2 security group source
yes, i'm on port 1433
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asked AWS EC2 security group source