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When you host static website on S3, then: Make sure your bucket name is the same as your domain name Enable static website hosting option in bucket settings.


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Can i just put the NS records as the secondary DNS nameservers in the hidden primary zonefile ? Yes. That is exactly how it is supposed to be done in fact. Whatever is in SOA as MNAME is not relevant for normal resolution (only broken software look at it). It is sometimes the hidden primary nameserver (see fr. for example) but even so it might not resolve ...


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dhyk57ve7wact.cloudfront.net doesn't resolve. The A record looks fine, assuming you have it configured as an alias.


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After speaking with both GoDaddy and BlueHost, it seems no one is certain what, or if anything needs to be done. It's possible that nothing needs to be done after all, but I don't have a clear enough understanding to make that assumption. The root of this was a query I made on MXToolBox. If I queried my root domain, everything looked fine. When I ran my ...


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BlueHost will be able to give you the correct A or CNAME record to use for your subdomain. You do not need to mess with NS records; these specify where your DNS is hosted.


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