Can't add AWS Certificate Manager to domain



  1. Previously, I created it through DNS validation and connected it to the domain "" (which is registered through AWS tools) through "Create DNS records in Amazon Route 53"
  2. Currently the CNAME fields appear in "Hosted zones" but the status does not change (Pending validation)
  3. I cannot add "add listener" - HTTPS to the Configuration of Elastic Beanstalk. A message appears: Creating Load Balancer listener failed Reason: Resource handler returned message: "The certificate '*****' must have a fully-qualified domain name , a supported signature, and a supported key size. (Service: ElasticLoadBalancingV2, Status Code: 400, Request ID: *****, Extended Request ID: null)" (RequestToken: ****, HandlerErrorCode: InvalidRequest).
1 Answer

Looking up, I'm able to find WHOIS info but no DNS records. This makes me think that there's something wrong with the hosted zone setup. Maybe you can check the nameserver settings for the domain and make sure they match what's shown in the hosted zone NS record? It should've been set up automatically, but if there's something wrong there that would explain why your DNS records aren't available even though they're set in the hosted zone.

answered 2 years ago

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