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What is the difference between Public DNS and public IP in AWS ec2?

I found that in ec2 there are two things public DNS and public IP ec2-XX-XXX-190-196.ap-southeast-1.compute.amazonaws.com and xx.255.190.196 Both can access through ssh and ping. So ...
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Associating a domain name with web server

I am currently running a web server on AWS and I have a domain name that I want to associate with the server. The server is running nginx on port 80 yada yada but the part I am having trouble with is ...
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Shared (cpanel) hosting: main domain and subdomain pointing to different IP-addresses

Is it possible in typical shared-hosting (cPanel based) to have something like: somedomain.com -> off-site cloud-hosted (AWS, Rackspace) server www.somedomain.com -> off-site cloud-hosted (AWS, ...
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Setting up domain email — the process of actually registering the email addresses

I own my own domain. However, the company I registered the domain with will not allow me to register any email addresses without paying for their web hosting plan -- which I don't want or need as I ...
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Can i make cname point to remote URL directory

I have the remote url like this http://www.abc.com/my data/files and i want to make my subdomain point to this like media.mydomain.com to that so that if i have file like http://www.abc.com/my ...
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unable to create txt record using amazon route 53

I can't add the following TXT record to my Route 53 DNS config: v=msv1 t=whatever Doing so produces the following error: The record set could not be saved because: - The Value field contains ...
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getting my domain name to point to my amazon ec2 instance

I'm trying to get my godaddy.com domain name pointed to my Amazon EC2 instance and am having some difficulty. I created a hosted zone for my domain name on route 54 and set the namesevers up as the ...
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Is it possible to host a BIND server within the AWS EC2 infrastructure? [closed]

So my question is if it's possible to set up a BIND server within the infrastructure of EC2. I got tired of paying for DNS services and wanted to try my hand at configuring my own BIND server, ...
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What DNS setup is required to resolve my domain name(e.g. example.com) into an IP address?

I am using Amazon route 53 as my DNS service provider. I would like to resolve my own domain name into an IPv4 address. Similar to resolving twitter.com into 199.59.148.82, or facebook.com into ...
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Why am I having DNS problems going through Network Solutions DNS to Amazon AWS?

Network Solutions appears to have an issue with AWS hostnames. This AWS ELB has been out there for months and is resolvable from every major DNS provider but network solutions. Any idea as to why? ...
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I can't resolve s3 dns from time-to-time

I'm using the .net SDK to talk to S3, but too often I get the following exception: The remote name could not be resolved: 's3.amazonaws.com' I'm using the two standard OpenDNS DNS servers, and ...