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I bought a domain name, I have a DynDNS set up, Can I make the former point to wherever the latter is currently pointing? I seem to only be able to add IP addresses to my DNS records.

UPDATE: I can make point to the DynDNS with a CNAME entry. Can I do this for the main domain name too?

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closed as off topic by 8088, Simon Sheehan, Wuffers, Sathya Oct 28 '11 at 6:31

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You cannot make a CNAME, because it already contains the (required) SOA and NS records, and a CNAME cannot coexist with any other kind of a record.

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