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J2G
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I can't validate Certificate due to dns update

Hi, I added new dns' in godaddy a couple of days ago, but I still don't see the Certificate issued (on AWS), how can I verify my domain has its dns up to date?

 

Also I visited this link (from another thread) and my dns's are there
dcc.godaddy.com/manage/YOURDOMAIN.COM/dns

 

Thank you.

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PL281
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@J2G 

 

Ok  - while not the answer you're looking for - you are going to have to search for this on an Amazon support group.

 

I know that S3 supports "hosting" of sites - however I've never tried it - I'm not sure if you need to do something via Route53 (Amazon DNS) or how you map the domain to the S3 Bucket - any sort of certificate validation would happen via Amazon - the only thing you'd have to do in the GoDaddy DNS is set the @ record or CNAME accordingly to resolve to Amazon

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PL281
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@J2G 

 

As long as the @ record is pointed to the AWS IP it should validate

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Hi @PL281 , thank you for your quick response, the fact is that I don't have an IP in amazon, I created an s3 bucket to have it as static website. Am I missing something maybe?

Thanks in advance.

PL281
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@J2G 

 

Ok  - while not the answer you're looking for - you are going to have to search for this on an Amazon support group.

 

I know that S3 supports "hosting" of sites - however I've never tried it - I'm not sure if you need to do something via Route53 (Amazon DNS) or how you map the domain to the S3 Bucket - any sort of certificate validation would happen via Amazon - the only thing you'd have to do in the GoDaddy DNS is set the @ record or CNAME accordingly to resolve to Amazon

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Thanks for your support @PL281 the problem was on aws.