If you want to enable the Amazon DNS server to resolve private DNS hostnames for these addresses, contact AWS Support.If you enable DNS hostnames and DNS support in a VPC that didn't previously support them, an instance that you already launched into that VPC gets a public DNS hostname if it has a public IPv4 address or an Elastic IP address.DNS servers resolve DNS hostnames to their corresponding IP addresses.
A public (external) DNS hostname takes the form for other Regions.
We resolve a public DNS hostname to the public IPv4 address of the instance outside the network of the instance, and to the private IPv4 address of the instance from within the network of the instance.
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A private hosted zone is a container that holds information about how you want to route traffic for a domain and its subdomains within one or more VPCs without exposing your resources to the Internet.
You can then create Route 53 resource record sets, which determine how Route 53 responds to queries for your domain and subdomains.For more information, see Enabling Classic Link DNS Support in the .Otherwise, private hosted zones do not support transitive relationships outside of the VPC; for example, you cannot access your resources using their custom private DNS names from the other side of a VPN connection.For more information, see Public IPv4 Addresses and External DNS Hostnames in the is the reverse lookup IP address).You can use the private DNS hostname for communication between instances in the same network, but we can't resolve the DNS hostname outside the network that the instance is in.For more information, see IP Addressing in Your VPC. To use your own DNS server, create a new set of DHCP options for your VPC. When you launch an instance into a default VPC, we provide the instance with public and private DNS hostnames that correspond to the public IPv4 and private IPv4 addresses for the instance.When you launch an instance into a nondefault VPC, we provide the instance with a private DNS hostname and we might provide a public DNS hostname, depending on the DNS attributes you specify for the VPC and if your instance has a public IPv4 address.You can view the DNS hostnames for a running instance or a network interface using the Amazon EC2 console or the command line.To view DNS hostnames for an instance using the console If you want to access the resources in your VPC using custom DNS domain names, such as example.com, instead of using private IPv4 addresses or AWS-provided private DNS hostnames, you can create a private hosted zone in Route 53.For example, if you want browser requests for to be routed to a web server in your VPC, you'll create an A record in your private hosted zone and specify the IP address of that web server.For more information about creating a private hosted zone, see Working with Private Hosted Zones in the .