I registered a toplevel *.de domain (at netcup). I don’t have a webserver, and simply want to link my domain to a static webpage on sites.google.com
Now I thought the CNAME flattening could provide me a redirect to my static google page just by DNS records? I’d prefer not having to buy a webserver for this simple task.
I’m able to change the DNS server to cloudflare at my domain company. Which records would I have to set so that I could take advantage of the flattening, if it’s the proper solution at all?
Thanks for any help
That doesn’t sound like a Forward. More like a CNAME delivery from another source. However, root-level CNAMES aren’t RFC compliant, which is why those who do this use the ‘www’ hostname instead.
You can configure the root domain to forward to the ‘www’ subdomain.
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