Hi all, I was wondering how to achieve the following:
Customers internal domain is company.local
I'm setting up a managed WiFi service for them. For this to work they need to be able to resolve the following:
to my public cloud server which is located in an Azure instance.
I have created a CNAM dns record in my godaddy account for the following: ubnt.provider.tech
This resolves to the public IP address of the server, and i'm able to browse etc without any issues.
How do I configure the customers DNS server to resolve "unifi" to "ubnt.provider.tech" ?
Is there a typo in there?
Public DNS consists of minimum two-dot. So, ubnt.provider.tech the assumption is you own "provider.tech" domain name.
Based on the first example it would be unifi.provider.tech?
You cannot use a short-name unless your plan is to add hosts entries on all the Internet clients?
If the server is already public then it sounds like you want to host a web instance on that server that has the "host header" of "unifi.provider.tech"?
Just want to make sure I understand your question.