Normally you point a domain name to an IP address(A record), but I want to do the opposite.
There's a firm that needs to call my API at www.example.com but the firm says it can't call a domain name, they need a static IP.
I have an elastic IP that I can give them.
Now my question is, is it possible to point that IP to my domain name?
The reason I would like to do that is because my domain name has multiple A records(for DNS load balancing) and I wouldn't want to lose that.
So I would like(ideally) a situation where if you curl the IP address, it'll resolve to a domain name, then the domain name will resolve to the multiple A records and then get the API.
I'm on amazon infrastructure; ec2, route53 etc.