Pointing DNS Hostname to another Hostname

Posted on 2011-04-28
Last Modified: 2013-12-24

I have two external dns host names that I want then both to point to one internal server: =>  which then translates to an internal ip ==> which then translates to an internal ip of

Can I setup something in DNS (network solutions/go daddy) where host name points to instead of the external address?


Question by:jacobb_2000
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    I am not sure what you can do under Go Daddy, but with plain old DNS, you should be able to create an CNAME record and point it at This would discard/replace your current definition of
    Run "alias record dns" or "CNAME record dns" by google (without the quotes) and you would see a number of references on the subject.

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