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Answer created from @Patrick-Mevzek's helpful comments: NO you can't do what you describe just with the DNS, which maps names (not URLs) to IP addresses here. You need the DNS to point the hostname to a webserver and then you need to configure that webserver to reply for this hostname and do a proxy or redirect to the real URL. "Can I for example point ...


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