This can prove convenient when running multiple services (like an FTP server and a web server, each running on different ports) from a single IP address. One can, for example, point ftp.example.com and www.example.com to the DNS entry for example.com, which in turn has an A record which points to the IP address. Then, if the IP address ever changes, one only has to record the change in one place within the network: in the DNS A record for example.com.CNAME records must always point to another domain name, never directly to an IP address.
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To: [email protected] Subject: Domain Request mydigitalfreight.qwykportals.com > my.digitalfreight.company Hello,We've created a CNAME record for the requested domain to point to my.digitalfreight.company and would like you to activate the redirection.Thank you,