Configure sub-domain authorization to another AWS Route53 Hosted Zone NameServer – Cuongquach.com | When you have the opportunity to manage the service infrastructure AWS For larger companies, you will likely encounter the following management model for Domain Public DNS:
- Top-level of the domain will be administered in a Route53 Public Hosted Zone at 1 AWS Account. Example: AWS Account Prod-DNS , domain management
- Next the sub-domains will be distributed NameServer about the AWS Account other management. Example: AWS Account Dev-DNS, manage sub domains
dev.cuongquachlab.com and subdomains of
So how to configure to allocate management? public sub-domainsand the domain son of
sub–domain sang AWS Account Route53 Public Hosted Zone other.
Configuration instruction video
Configure sub-domain management authorization to another AWS Route53 Hosted Zone
I created one Public Route53 Hosted Zone for domain
Next, I configure the domain’s NameServer
cuongquachlab.com About the Name Server of Route53 Hosted Zone just created.
Then in another AWS Account (eg Dev AWS Account) I created a public Route53 Hosted Zone for the sub domain
Return to AWS Account with Route53 Hosted Zone public for
cuongquachlab.com , I configure the sub-domain
dev.cuongquachlab.com about the Route53 Hosted Zone NameServer in AWS Account Dev.
Now you check the NameServer of the sub-domain
dev.cuongquachlab.com . You should see that the NameServer has been updated.
Now in AWS Account Dev, I create a record
Then you check the DNS record of
web.dev.cuongquachlab.com will see it is located in Route53 Public Hosted Zone in AWS Account DEV.
Okay, so you already know the configuration:
- top level domains :
cuongquachlab.com in an AWS Account (prod-dns)
- sub-domain and corresponding subdomains (eg:
dev.cuongquachlab.com in another AWS Account (dev-dns)