CNAME Records

This stands for “canonical name” and you can only have one of these per name in a DNS zone (DNS zone basically means the domain name).

A CNAME record doesn’t point to an IP address but points to another DNS name. It’s a handy way of pointing multiple names to one place, and then only managing one set of IP addresses.

 

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