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CNAME & DNAME registration
This guide explains how to add or modify one or more CNAME and DNAME type records in the DNS zone (of a domain name) managed on the Manager Infomaniak.
Type CNAME and DNAME
The CNAME record type allows a subdomain to point to a website address.
This is the method generally used to make the www subdomain work with your site, or to redirect a subdomain to a folder on the web server where your website is hosted.
A DNAME for “delegation name” creates a domain alias, just like a CNAME, but this alias will also redirect all subdomains. For example, a DNAME on site1.com pointing to site2.com will link blog.site1.com to blog.site2.com, new.login.domain.com to new.login.example.com, and so on but will not link not site1.com to site2.com directly. You will need to use another record type for this
Edit DNS zone
Consult this guide to find out how to manage records in a DNS zone.