lunes, 17 de junio de 2013

Intalling Google DNS (Enom) at an EC2-AWS Amazon Instance

I wanted to document this even when there is some info about it on the web.

It is not really clear how to use ENOM DNS Manager when purchasing a DNS by GOOGLE, although it is finally easy.

In short:

1.- Launch your EC2 instance
2.- Create an Elastic IP
3.- Associate the Elastic IP with your instance ID
4.- Go to your enom account and create Host Record like '@' on the first field and 'xx.xx.xx.xx' as your Address (where xx.xx.xx.xx is your elastic IP)
5.- Be patient Enom will not do the change immediately, it might delay 15 minutes or 2 days (worst case).

P.S. Someone else though about fun with flags

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