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Point Nameservers To Amazon Web Hosting Services

Point Namservers To Amazon Web Hosting Services

Want to know how to Point Nameservers To Amazon Web Hosting Services? In this tutorial we will learn how to do that.

Route 53 Domain Name Registration *

Start by logging into your Amazon EC2 Account. Navigate to Route 53 Domain Name registration.

Route 53 Domain Name Registration

Route 53 Domain Name Registration

Click on DNS Management. This is if you already bought the domain.  If you need to buy a domain name please go here. Then follow these instructions.

Click on DNS Management

Click on DNS Management

Next click on Create Hosted Zone.

click on Create Hosted Zone

click on Create Hosted Zone

Click on create hosted zone again and enter the details of your website. The boxes for entering your website details is on the right. Click create after you have entered your domain name.

Enter Website Domains name

Enter Website Domains name and click create

 

Now you will see your name servers. Copy them down into a notepad.

You Will See Your Nameservers

You Will See Your Nameservers

Log Into your domain registrar to change the name-servers. Navigate to the domain name. Choose custom nameservers.

Custom Nameserver Settings

Custom Nameserver Settings

Add all the nameserves that Amazon gave you in the Route 53 Domain Name Registration. Then click save.

Add All Nameservers

Add All Nameservers

 

Propagation for Amazon Web Hosting after Changing Nameservers *

There will be a 24 to 48 hour propagation after nameservers changes. If you want to speed this up you can create an a record and point it to your elastic ip address. See the video for details instructions.

 

 

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Point Nameservers To Amazon Web Hosting Services
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Want to know how to Point Nameservers To Amazon Web Hosting Services? In this tutorial we will learn how to do that.
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Point Nameservers To Amazon Web Hosting Services was last modified: January 21st, 2016 by Maximus Mccullough

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