DNS Setup a CNAME with Bluehost

A CNAME (Canonical Name) points one domain or subdomain to another domain name, allowing you to update one A Record each time you make a change, regardless of how many Host Records need to resolve to that IP address.

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Creating a CNAME

  1. Log into your Bluehost Hosting Account
  2. Select the DNS Zone Editor icon in the Domains section.
  3. Select the domain you’re modifying from the drop-down box.
  4. Scroll down to the heading named Add DNS Record
  5. In the Host Record field, enter the letterĀ  mĀ  (for m.yourdomainname.com)
  6. Leave the TTL field at it’s default setting
  7. Select CNAME, from the drop-down labeled Type
  8. In the Points To field, enter lb.site.mobi
  9. Click on the Add Record button to create the record

 

Summary: add m.example.com CNAME lb.site.mobi TTL 14400

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