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You won't be able to "redirect" using DNS records. As mentioned: You could create a CNAME record for your .net domain, this way your DNS will translate mydomain.net to mydomain.com. This is a good first step, but this only sets the domain to point to the same IP, it doesn't actually perform any redirecting. Once the domain is pointing to the same ...


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You can try http://redirect.center. In your case, configure your DNS like this: mydomain.net A 54.84.55.102 redirect.mydomain.net CNAME www.mydomain.com.redirect.center www.mydomain.net CNAME www.mydomain.redirect.center


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If the domains are subdomains (e.g. mysite.example.com) then what you need in DNS is a CNAME record. The target of the record will be the ELB hostname. mysite IN CNAME elb-hostname....amazonaws.com. If the site is not a subdomain, but instead is a zone apex (e.g. example.com itself) then a CNAME record will not work, here. Instead, you need an ALIAS ...


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I would like to thank closetnoc for the comments, and I got my answer from them, so I mention the summery here again as the answer: It is never a good practice to serve a domain with its own subdomains as its nameservers, as if the domain itself has a failure, there is no recovery for the same. The only time you can use the mentioned situation is when you ...


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I'm answering my own question here in case it helps anyone else. Your hosting company should be able to provide you with the full name of your vps. It's probably visible somewhere in your control panel if you don't log direct into Plesk and is likely to be something like: 858442.vps-312.com or 8abc-arc.yourdomain.com Setting this to your full server ...


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Easiest answer is to use something like the 'naked domain redirect' from wwwizer, so all you do is point your A record to 174.129.25.170 and they automatically redirect to your www subdomain. It is very simple but if you want to read more see their page explaining it further: http://wwwizer.com/naked-domain-redirect


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You need to get a Reserved IP address and assign it to your virtual machine. As far as I can tell, at the moment, setting this up requires you to use the Azure PowerShell cmdlets. I have never seen the option for it in the web portal. Microsoft documents this as follows: First, create a Reserved IP for your subscription. You can use the following ...


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Well, ok i got it. You have to change the settings in freedns.afraid.org: renfi.ga - A-> <dyndns home ip> status.renfi.ga -Web Forward record-> http://ne.esy.es/ Hope this helped :)


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The transition should be seamless. In this case, where the email is working OK in its current (albeit slightly wrong) state and the correction will still send emails to the very same server then there would not seem to be anything to worry about. To speed up the propagation you can reduce the Time To Live (TTL) on the DNS record to something like 300 ...


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As of right now, this is not possible, but Google Domains has a 5-day return policy, and once returned the domain becomes immediately available to be bought again from other registrars. https://support.google.com/domains/answer/6000754 If this is a critical need, the domain can be returned and bought back from GoDaddy which does offer naked domain ...


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Just make a .htaccess file: # Rewrite EVERYTHING to the new domain RewriteRule ^(.*)$ newDomain.ext/$1 [R=301,L]



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