Configuring Amazon Route 53 to Route Traffic to an ELB Load Balancer

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May 15 in AWS by Neel
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To route traffic to an ELB load balancer

  1. If you created the Route 53 hosted zone and ELB load balancer using the same account, skip to step 2.

    If you created the hosted zone and the ELB load balancer using different accounts, perform the procedure Getting the DNS Name for an ELB Load Balancer to get the DNS name for the load balancer.

  2. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Route 53 console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/route53/.

  3. In the navigation pane, choose Hosted Zones.

  4. Choose the name of the hosted zone that has the domain name that you want to use to route traffic to your load balancer.

  5. Choose Create Record Set.

  6. specify Name, Type, Alias, Alias Target, Routing Policy and Evaluate target health according to your requirement

  7. Choose Create.

answered May 15 by Alok

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