Command Prompt Route53domains error.

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How do I find what to change? I have tried both the console and the command line and getting the same error.

C:\Users\youruser>aws route53domains renew-domain --region us-east-1 --domain-name mydomain.net --duration-in-years 10 --current-expiry-year 2023 { "OperationId": "f398446x-1a6d-4cf7-a4f6-redacted" }

C:\Users\youruser>aws route53domains get-operation-detail --operation-id f398446x-1a6d-4cf7-a4f6-redacted { "OperationId": "f398446x-1a6d-4cf7-a4f6-redacted", "Status": "FAILED", "Message": "[Parameters in request are not valid]", "DomainName": "mydomain.net", "Type": "RENEW_DOMAIN", "SubmittedDate": "2023-09-07T10:07:17.975000-04:00" }

is there a way for me to find out which parameter I need to change? Parameters in request are not valid is a vague error message.

Matthew
asked 9 months ago184 views
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Hello,

Are you trying to renew Route53 domain that's already expired? Or you are just renewing registration for a Valid domain?

[+] Renewing registration for a domain - https://docs.aws.amazon.com/Route53/latest/DeveloperGuide/domain-renew.html

[+] Restoring an expired or deleted domain - https://docs.aws.amazon.com/Route53/latest/DeveloperGuide/domain-restore-expired.html

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EXPERT
answered 9 months ago
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Can you check your contact information on the domain is accurate and doesn’t contain any invalid characters such as non alpha

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EXPERT
answered 9 months ago
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The AWS Route 53 Domains command you provided appears to be mostly correct, but it's missing a "--profile" flag to specify the AWS CLI profile to use, and there is a syntax issue with the JSON representation of the command output. Here's the corrected command:

C:\Users\youruser>aws route53domains renew-domain --region us-east-1 --domain-name mydomain.net --duration-in-years 10 --current-expiry-year 2023 --profile your-aws-profile-name

Make sure to replace "your-aws-profile-name" with the actual name of the AWS CLI profile you want to use. Additionally, the output of the command may not be in JSON format as shown in your example. AWS CLI commands typically return plain text output by default unless you specify the "--output" flag with a value of "json" to request JSON-formatted output.

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JC
answered 9 months ago
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I feel the first answer may be the one I am wanting to know. However, I noticed in billing dashboard it is charging me for every attempt on renewing that domain name. Will my bill include all the attempts even though they didn't succeed?

Registrar USD 660.00

Global USD 660.00

Amazon Registrar RenewDomain USD 660.00 Renewal of mydomainnamehere.net 7 Quantity USD 660.00

I was only able to get one to succeed and that one should have been for $55.00. Is there a way for me to dispute the other 6?

Matthew
answered 9 months ago

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