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Can a subdomain in "Domain A" point to a site in another domain? I've never had to do anything like this before

Posted on 2016-09-13
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We have a web app in Azure (projects.azurewebsites.net) and I've received a request to create a subdomain in our "company_name".com domain that points to the Azure location. Is that doable?
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Yes.  If your domain name is "company_name.com" and the desired "subdomain" is "azuresite":

Add an "A" record for "azuresite.company_name.com" to the DNS records at the DNS server for your domain.
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YES, as soon as the connection from your LAN to your subnet in Azure is established, by VPN or direct access depending your app's way.
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Thank you. There were some additional parameters in the Azure configuration that had to be imput.
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