Previous Setup: AWS load balancer and AWS cert. current setup: GeoTrust QuickSSL cert from host provider, on apache
My host provider has given me the C NAME details and I added them in route53, but the https doesn’t seem to want to resolve. http://www.example.com works great, but https://www.example.com shows nothing. I have deleted the amazon cert, but is AWS still having an effect? There are 2 other cname records in AWS that I haven’t changed or removed.
I have posted screenshots of the dns records. I changed the A records already so the site points to the correct IP. the nameservers are unchanged - still AWS.
It was previously setup with a weird certificate (previous person) that just referred to (literally) example.com - this cert went out of date. So I setup a new one in amazon. The AWS cert didn’t work at first until I linked it to route53, which iirc linked to a load balancer. I have also deleted the lb.
I just realised something. The cert I setup (since deleted) in AWS was in region Ireland (where the business is based), but if I change the region to n. Carolina, there is an AWS cert active there:
Domain name: *.example.com
Record Name: _09ede9a0bba2bcf36e9f0c4f843f1397.example.com.
Record Type: CNAME
Record Value: _specificaws.number.acm-validations.aws.
Should I just delete this too? Is it enough to remove the cname record, or do I delete the cert?
Edit: more details and screenshots removed Edit2: removed reference to actual domain