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Can I use Route 53 with Amazon AWS to mask a subdomain?

I have bought my domain from GoDaddy and I want to host the website on Amazon AWS. I have already setup my AWS hosting account and have updated the NS records on GDdaddy to point to AWS using Route ...
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Dynamic IP address for website. Can it have negative impact on SEO?

We want to start using AWS elastic beanstalk + Route53 setup for hosting our website. The major problem is that AWS elastic beanstalk is load balancer and will return different IP addresses after each ...
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Website on Amazon EC2 and domain hosted by GoDaddy

I'm migrating a server over from another cloud provider, to AWS. My domain name is registered at GoDaddy.com When moving to AWS, do i need to set up/configure "Route 53" DNS service too somehow, or ...
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Why is CloudFront working via one CNAME record but not another?

So assume company name is widget I have elastic beanstalk instance at widget.elasticbeanstalk.com I have a domain name widget.com under Route53 control I have a CNAME record direct.widget.com ...
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Configuring an MX record for Amazon's Route 53

I am using Amazon Route 53 and have a correctly functioning A record pointing to an EC2 instance at mydomain.com.au with a Django stack running. My problem is, I tried to setup a Postfix mailserver ...
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DNS and Whois problem [duplicate]

I have encountered a problem or atleast that's what I think, I have recently started an ec2 instance and I changed my A records at Godaddy to point to my new elastic ip and it worked fine and then I ...
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Minimize downtime moving from godaddy to route 53

I have an A record in GoDaddy pointing to my web server. I want to move this now to Route 53. The last time I did this it took almost 48 hours to propagate. I think because of the order I did things. ...
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Can I retrieve historical Route53 (DNS) records?

Our DNS records on Amazon's Route 53 were inadvertently changed. Is there a way to see what all the records were yesterday? Or in general, is there a way to see historical DNS records?