My domain extension (
.at.tw) is a testing project, and it only supports 5
AAAA records, and not
CNAME or other types you might found in normal DNS.
I want to use Ghost's paid hosting (so not self-hosting) which requires pointing a CNAME record since they're not using static IP (which IP will change time by time). But as you see, unfortunately my domain doesn't support it, so I am trying to find a solution to solve this.
I've tried No-IP which supports pointing to a CNAME record (I found them since they're mainly providing service for connecting to your computer remotely), but their service also needs to point the nameservers to them in order to use.
I have ask my hosting friend: they tell me you can not point an
A record to a DNS service first then point it to another record (something like forwarding)
With this situation, how can I point my domain to a
CNAME record or non-static IP?