I have 2 domains. 1 set up a year ago. Now I repeat the same operations, but record CNAME for 2 domain is not added.

  1. Create S3 Bucket
  2. Configure an S3 Bucket for Static Website Hosting
  3. Set up public policy (like for 1st domain, copypaste with the replacement of the name domain):

“Version”: “2012-10-17”,
“Statement”: [
“Sid”: “PublicReadGetObject”,
“Effect”: “Allow”,
“Principal”: “",
“Action”: “s3:GetObject”,
“Resource”: "


  1. Add Record to create the subdomain DNS record:
  • In the Name field, enter @ or .
  • In the Target field, enter the subdomain bucket endpoint without http:// part.

After hour, 6 hour, 1 day - not forwarding on

What does that mean? You get an error message when adding the record? Which one?

  1. Whats the domain?
  2. Post a screenshot of your DNS records.
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Sorry “is not added.” mean " not forwarding on" (

info - Another record shares the same name, so we’ve applied CNAME flattening.

record for www added after I add for @

Seems to work fine for me

Have you checked if it simply is a DNS propagation issue on your end?

Also, you dont have SSL enabled on your AWS server, just in case you want the site to be reachable on HTTPS too.

What does that mean? Flattening has nothing to do with “other records”. And if you point the same name to another address, that would explain why it wont work. You cannot point the same name to different servers.

i just type message “info” for CNAME.

Thanks. It’s next step )

@sandro thank you! Forgot to check access from other devices (ends) and the mobile phone site opens.

So, its working?

Yes - from outside my network, but inside cable provider - not working (

In that case it will be aforementioned DNS propagation. Just wait a couple of hours.

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