I have a static website (www.example.com) hosted through AWS S3 and Route53. The customer registered their DNS through GoDaddy; www.example.com traffic works great.
On that static website is a "contact me" form that I want to point to "office.example.com". I want the "office.example.com" URL to resolve to an EC2 instance.
I added a
CNAME record for "office.example.com" to Route53, using the Elastic IP for the relevant EC2 instance:
After saving the altered recordset, I attempt to navigate a browser to http://office.example.com, but I'm getting a "Server Not Found" error. Do I need to be patient and wait for the DNS to propagate, or have I configured the Route53 recordset incorrectly?