ACM certificate error

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Inspite of approving ACM requests over email getting status failed tried DNS validation still getting status failed.i have purchased domain from Hostinger

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Where did you create you CNAME records?

They need to be in the correct name servers for your domain.

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EXPERT
answered 7 months ago
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If you are not using Route 53 as your DNS provider, you need to manually enter CNAME records provided by ACM into your provider's database, usually through a website. CNAME records are used for a number of purposes, including as redirect mechanisms and as containers for vendor-specific metadata. For ACM, these records allow initial domain ownership validation and ongoing automated certificate renewal.

The following table shows example CNAME records for six domain names. Each record's Record Name-Record Value pair serves to authenticate domain name ownership.

In the table, note that the first two Record Name-Record Value pairs are the same. This illustrates that for a wild-card domain, such as *.example.com, the strings created by ACM are the same as those created for its base domain, example.com. Otherwise, the paired Record Name and Record Value differ for each domain name.

https://docs.aws.amazon.com/acm/latest/userguide/dns-validation.html

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ladybug
answered 7 months ago
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EXPERT
reviewed 7 months ago
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Hi, I am facing similar issue. Our client domain is from Cloudflare. During DNS verification in ACM, we are getting failed status continuously. I have checked the CNAME output by running "dig CNAME _584fd8a7650bd67d8b30de811d65cf68.abc.example.com +short" and it's showing the correct value.

Can you please guide us to resolve this issue?

answered 7 months ago

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