By default, the A record is used for all HTTP redirects.
When possible, we recommend using the CNAME record to let it automatically have IPv6.
For full IPv6 capability, you have add to the original A record the following AAAA record:
You may use the following CNAME record for non-apex domains, if you prefer to use those instead of the A records:
We required CNAMEs for subdomains in the past, but have changed this to A records. The reasons for this are:
- If you want to have MX records on the same subdomain as the CNAME, this isn't possible.
- Simplicity! Now we only require a single record, which is easier to setup.
Important: the old
xxxxx.a.redirect.pizza CNAMEs will continue to work!
When using email forwarding, you need to specify our MX & SPF records to allow forwarding. The following MX records should be added:
mx1.redirect.pizza (priority 10) mx2.redirect.pizza (priority 20)
The following SPF record should be set:
v=spf1 include:spf.redirect.pizza -all
If your domain specifies any CAA records, it's important to allow the LetsEncrypt CA ass well. redirect.pizza uses LetsEncrypt to get an certificate for your your domain.
If you don't have any CAA records set, this isn't required!
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