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/Is it correct that the original domain doesn't use OAI on the cloud front?/

Is it correct that the original domain doesn't use OAI on the cloud front?


I connected s3 and cloudfront using oai.

So, since I connected using oai, I couldn't access the s3 domain using the original domain.

In my opinion, the distribution domain is accessed using oai and the original domain, and the original domain seems to be a rest api to access the s3 domain.

I wonder if my thinking is correct.

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Accepted Answer

The bucket policy determines the access to your bucket. By setting it up for OAI access you're effectively denying any other web-based access to the bucket. You can (if you like) add an Allow statement but that kind of defeats the purpose of using OAI which is to restrict access to the bucket only to CloudFront.

answered a month ago
  • I know the oai settings on s3. In cloudfront, the distribution domain uses oai and the origin domain, The original domain is only the rest api of s3, so I want to check if it is normal to not be able to connect if oai is set.

  • By default, if you have an "Allow" in your bucket policy for the OAI access and nothing else then there is an implicit deny in place. It will be completely normal for all other access to the bucket to be denied. More information in this blog post.

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