Hi I know this question is asked a few times, but I have a different problem.
I had a website & domain www.exampledomain.com hosted on godaddy. I have shifted my website on amazon ec2 and I want to use my domain that is on godaddy.com.
I have pointed the A records of my domain to my Elastic IP of my instance on EC2. And so this website is started running with http://www.exampledomain.com (IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx).
I still have code on godaddy server and I am keeping web hosting on godaddy for my other websites.
When I use the old website (at godaddy) IP yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy on browser, it redirect the website to new Amazon Instance, instead of showing the website on godaddy. Why is that? I have added a "@" at the end of title on my website on Amazon, just to get rid of confusion as both the old and new website are alike.
What else should I do to make godaddy IP to keep pointing to the website hosted there and the domains to point to Amazon EC2 (well the domain pointing is already done) ? Did I miss any setting? Do I need to change the nameservers? I am not aware of nameservers but I have heard that its required to change.
There is a server in Amazon called Route53, i guess it is used to migrate domain from godaddy to amazon. So if I use it? Will it completely migrate my domain to Amazon (I don't want to do that) and next time I have to pay Amazon for the domain fee and not to godaddy?
Please note that I want to keep my domain (website name) on godaddy and website hosting on Amazon.