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I’d like cdn.mydomain.tld to point to https://my-space-name.nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com so I can have all my CMS files hosted and linked as “http://cdn.mydomain.tld/media/images/image.jpg” and so on
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Well.. that’s that then haha. Thank you
I have the same question but your link no longer works. Please can you help?
Here is the new link. Still being worked on, promising this in Q2 of next year.
DigitalOcean launched custom subdomains for Spaces on April 9th, 2019.
after migrating to another location, the A record of both the droplets point to same domain name (while the IP of the new site is under propagation). Which gets priority after propagation is complete?
So i'm looking to setup a DNS server that picks the closest Varnish caching server available based on what country the request is coming from.
[This tutorial ]( http://jpmens.net/2015/11/12/geodns-with-powerdns-geoip-back-end/)looks very good however i'm curious if running custom nameservers is required and if not, adviced. Can I also use Namecheaps nameservers and point domains to my GeoDNS server from Namecheaps admin panel?
I'm also curious if I would have to setup records for every country possible in order to get optimal geo distrubtion going. For instance when I have 1 server in Germany and 1 in The Netherlands and someone has a geo location of Poland (e.g pol.geo.example.com), do I need to manually configure pol.geo.example.com to go to the German server IP. If so, I would love some tips on how to deal with the matter.
I have a domain in go daddy but I can not use it with my digital ocean vps I need urgent help
I have a domain with GoDaddy. In the DNS, I have the domain pointed to another hosting (websitebox.com). It is done by the **A Record**
Can I verify my site on Google using the GoDaddy option with the hosting not even being on Godaddy? Will it still pick up my site clicks and crawl items?
Quick backstory --- I had my domain and hosting at GoDaddy for years. I wanted to switch to hosting at Websitebox. I first tried to use the WebsiteBox Nameservers and while it worked fine, when I would go into Webmaster Tools on Google, I added both my domain and the www. before my domain and Google was picking them up as TWO SEPARATE sites. When I had previously done this and had my domain and hosting on Godaddy, I'd only have to verify one and they were both picked up. Clearly linked.
Unfortunately, the new hosting company does not have any CNAME and wouldn't add it on for me. So, Google was not able to see my domain and the www before my domain as one site when I used the Nameservers.
That's what forced me to use the A Record --- But I am unclear if Webmaster Tools will work correctly at all if that is verified with the domain only in the DNS with the A Record pointed elsewhere?