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So I just got AWS web services working, and I need a domain for it so I know about Freenom and decided to get myself one and I tried many setup methods like with name servers, that didn't work even though I followed the tutorial very closely and everything seemed to be entered right, this is my record with the elastic IP not included https://gyazo.com/c8cc03efb687a62ad33fdb42d82b8783 and here is the line of code that hosts the website (using Node.JS btw)

server.listen(process.env.PORT || 443);

app.get('/', function(req, res) {

res.sendFile(__dirname + '/index2.html');
});

The Elastic IP is associated with my EC2 instance and the website works with the DNS from Amazon? Any help, if you are unclear about anything, ask me about it.

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The Elastic IP is associated with my EC2 instance and the website works with the DNS from Amazon? Any help, if you are unclear about anything, ask me about it.

I don't understand anything you write of, but this. If you are asking if Elastic IP works and EC2 and Route53 work, yes, they work. I handle some.

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