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February 2020

CNAME record
A Canonical Name record (abbreviated as CNAME record) is a type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS) which maps one domain name (an alias)
SRV record
MX records, the target in SRV records must point to hostname with an address record (A or AAAA record). Pointing to a hostname with a CNAME record is
Amazon Route 53
alias records are resolved on the server-side and return A records to clients they can be used in domain apex records in a similar way to a CNAME record, where
MX record
must map directly to one or more address records (A, or AAAA) in the DNS, and must not point to any CNAME records. When an e-mail message is sent through
UBlock Origin
page's domain, but those sub-domains resolve to third-party hosts via a CNAME record. Since the initial URL contained a sub-domain of the current page, it
List of DNS record types
This list of DNS record types is an overview of resource records (RRs) permissible in zone files of the Domain Name System (DNS). It also contains pseudo-RRs
between different data formats Canonical name record (CNAME record), a type of Domain Name System record Canonical S-expressions, a binary encoding form
Canonical domain
Canonical domain may refer to: CNAME record, loosely called a "canonical domain name" One of the simply-connected Riemann surfaces – see uniformization
Reverse DNS lookup
granted. RFC 2317 devised a methodology to address this problem by using CNAME records. Reverse DNS lookups for IPv6 addresses use the special domain
World Wide Web
traffic by creating a CNAME record that points to a cluster of web servers. Since, currently, only a subdomain can be used in a CNAME, the same result cannot