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I need to force my PC with Windows XP as if there were a DNS record on my domain, a CNAME record for paths with the value ghs.google.com.

How can I do that?

The DNS is cached somewhere between me and the domain's DNS server, and I need to test the settings.

I could get the IP of ghs.google.com and put it in my hosts file for s.example.com – but is there any command line option for that?

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  • Batchfile anyone? – surfasb Sep 8 '11 at 1:40
  • I was afraid I need to restart browser after editing hostfile, it's not so. So it is no big of a deal. In fact I can probably create my own batch fle to edit the host file – Hurda Sep 8 '11 at 17:51
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I don't believe there is a good command line tool for directly editing DNS resolution in Windows. I think the hosts file is going to be your best bet.

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