dave.list at pixelhammer.com
Fri Oct 23 12:30:33 UTC 2009
I have been asked by my co-workers and sales why I always create a A
record for new domains we host instead of a CNAME.
The issue I run into lately with some domains is that a client has a
website with a industry host such as frank.relator.com and he wants to
have DNS point www.frank.com to frank.relator.com with a CNAME. The
client does not want an A record for frank.com.
Somewhere, in a class far far away, I was taught a DNS zone had to have
a A record to function properly. I can't seem to locate anything in the
Am I wrong?
"Posterity, you will know how much it cost the present generation to
preserve your freedom. I hope you will make good use of it. If you
do not, I shall repent in heaven that ever I took half the pains to
preserve it." John Quincy Adams
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