- my netlify site name is:
- My custom domain is
I have an already-existing external content distribution that I would like to incorporate into my general Netlify website, ideally via a subdomain. (this will be used to provide access to dynamically generated files like PDF’s etc that are not part of my website build, so within your T&C’s I believe)
My CDN is at
d254skkfwb47xj.cloudfront.net (via AWS)
and I have mapped this using a CNAME record in the netlify DNS to the subdomain
So, for example
https://files.ab11y.com/index.html should show the content at
https://d254skkfwb47xj.cloudfront.net/index.html. But the
files.ab11y.com request returns an SSL error:
$ curl -I https://files.ab11y.com/index.html curl: (35) error:1408F10B:SSL routines:ssl3_get_record:wrong version number
I’m guessing the subdomain
files.ab11y.com is not properly covered by the
*.ab11y.com (wildcard) SSL certificate? Do I need t do anything extra to add a subdomain to my site’s SSL certificate?
N.B. I have a certificate installed on the CDN for the
files.ab11y.com domain, I don’t think the issue is on that end, I’ve done this a few times with other hosts in the past and never had a problem.