So, sorry if i shouldn't ask these questions here, if so pm me and delete this thread...
Im quite new to this, and wanted some help/opinions on setting up my servers/domains properly. So, i read somewhere that people were recommending cloudflare as a great dns manager, so i thought i would give them a try.
What i did/already-have:
mydomain.com (lets say this is my domain 1) registered at godaddy, nameservers setup to use cloudflare, and setup the domain at cloud flare. all the correct a records etc on cloudflare for that domain is pointing to 18.104.22.168 (lets say this is my server ip). So, all is working fine/great.
Now my question is, if i ever change my server, and if i own more than 1 domain (i do), i would go through and change all the ip addresses of every domain to the new servers ip address (say 22.214.171.124). To me, this sounds like a pretty terrible way of doing this. Is there no way to define the A/MX (or what ever else) records in the form of server1ipaddress.myotherdomain.com (assuming this domain/A-record is set to the correct ip address)? And this way, all i need to do when migrating servers is to change the ip address on that one place and everything will be fine..
Anyone have any experience and solution for my problem?
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