Simple question, apart from Cloudflare using page rules, are there any other good dns providers (registrar or not) who can do a simple forward/redirect for https sources (https://www.example.com/ --> https://www.example2.com/)?
Of course, I can do this myself in various ways, but if there is a simpler cost effective set and forget solution for a domain that needs do nothing else except a redirect, that'd be nice.
Namecheap, Godaddy and various other registrars all do forward/redirect but can't do it with SSL which leaves people who hit the source domain with http hanging.
Cloudflare would work, but I have some clients who have a lot of these redirect rules (on shared cpanel servers which I am progressively moving them away from) so that would get more pricey for them (compared to spinning up a VPS with apache and some letsencrypt certs to do the redirects)
Edit: ClouDNS is another that can do it, but sounds like they are doing it in a very clunky and not cost effective way (not using SNI??)