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Amazon AWS: how to assign to a domain hosted at another provider via the usual DNS setting

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by domainingin, Jan 22, 2015.

  1. domainingin

    domainingin Regular Member

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    Hi all,

    I started using an Amazon AWS service and set up a website and trying to find out how to assign the website to a domain hosted at another provider via the usual DNS setting and/or name server. I started to create a "hosting zone?, got the name server and inserted at the DNS setting at my domain hoster, but it won?t work.
    Anyone out there having experience and a step-by-step info?

    Another problem, we need to use http proxies and that seems to be extremely difficult with the Amazon AWS services, no?
    Any helpful advice?

    Thanks
    Dan