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Certificate associated with Cloudfront does not resolve to an IP


I have created a subdomain certificate for one of my domains (e.g that are hosted through Route53 and then associated it with a Cloudfront distribution successfully. AWS Certificate manager shows my certificate as valid. However, if I check the in any SSL validator it tells me " doesn't resolve to any IP". I have a similar setup for many other domains and all certificates work fine.
Did anyone have any experience in something similar?
Thank you very much

1 Answer

I figured out that I forgot to add the CNAME record from CDN domain name to cloudfront distribution.

answered 3 years ago

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