Skip to content
Permalink
Browse files

Mapping to root domain does not work

Mapping to root domain does not work, addressing issue #26173
  • Loading branch information...
MaxMelcher committed Mar 7, 2019
1 parent 4a37fe8 commit 39c8f4c0e270fd2a8a5e06180a618ffd0231a608
Showing with 8 additions and 5 deletions.
  1. +8 −5 articles/storage/blobs/storage-custom-domain-name.md
@@ -22,7 +22,10 @@ You can configure a custom domain for accessing blob data in your Azure storage
> [!NOTE]
> Storage accounts currently support only one custom domain name per account. You can't map a custom domain name to both the web and blob service endpoints.
The following table shows a few sample URLs for blob data that's located in a storage account named *mystorageaccount*. The custom domain that's registered for the storage account is *www.contoso.com*:
> [!NOTE]
> The mapping does only work for subdomains (e.g. www.contoso.com). If you want to have your web endpoint available on the root domain (e.g. contoso.com), then you have to [use Azure CDN with custom domains](storage-https-custom-domain-cdn.md)
The following table shows a few sample URLs for blob data that's located in a storage account named *mystorageaccount*. The custom subdomain that's registered for the storage account is *www.contoso.com*:

| Resource type | Default URL | Custom domain URL |
| --- | --- | --- | --- |
@@ -34,9 +37,9 @@ The following table shows a few sample URLs for blob data that's located in a st
> [!NOTE]
> As shown in the following sections, all examples for the blob service endpoint also apply to the web service endpoint.
## Direct vs. intermediary domain mapping
## Direct vs. intermediary CNAME mapping

You can point your custom domain to the blob endpoint for your storage account in either of two ways:
You can point your custom domain prefixed with a subdomain (e.g. www.contoso.com) to the blob endpoint for your storage account in either of two ways:
* Use direct CNAME mapping.
* Use the *asverify* intermediary subdomain.

@@ -78,8 +81,8 @@ You can usually manage your domain's DNS settings on your domain registrar's web
1. Find the section for managing CNAMEs.
You might have to go to an advanced settings page and look for **CNAME**, **Alias**, or **Subdomains**.

1. Create a new CNAME record, enter a subdomain alias such as **www** or **photos**, and then provide a host name.
The host name is your blob service endpoint. Its format is *\<mystorageaccount>.blob.core.windows.net*, where *mystorageaccount* is the name of your storage account. The host name to use appears in item #1 of the **Custom domain** pane in the [Azure portal](https://portal.azure.com).
1. Create a new CNAME record, enter a subdomain alias such as **www** or **photos** (subdomain is required, root domains are not supported), and then provide a host name.
The host name is your blob service endpoint. Its format is *\<mystorageaccount>.blob.core.windows.net*, where *mystorageaccount* is the name of your storage account. The host name to use appears in item #1 of the **Custom domain** pane in the [Azure portal](https://portal.azure.com).

1. In the **Custom domain** pane, in the text box, enter the name of your custom domain, including the subdomain.
For example, if your domain is *contoso.com* and your subdomain alias is *www*, enter **www.contoso.com**. If your subdomain is *photos*, enter **photos.contoso.com**.

0 comments on commit 39c8f4c

Please sign in to comment.
You can’t perform that action at this time.