How to use A records in DNS to 301 redirect websites

Posted on 2011-04-25
Last Modified: 2013-11-30
How to use A records in DNS to 301 redirect websites
Question by:epugliese
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    Changing A record is different than a 301 redirect.  The latter is done by webserver.  In Apache, it is done by mod_rewrite.
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    A records in DNS to 301 redirect is not possible. You can use IIS or Apache to do that. See the article: .


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