Don't create a CNAME from your domain to a an Endpoint using a Default Domain.
These Endpoints use an Aptible Deploy-provided certificate that's valid for
*.on-aptible.com, so using your own domain will result in a HTTPS error being shown to your users.
If you'd like to use your own domain, set up an Endpoint with a Custom Domain instead.
When you create an Endpoint with a Default Domain, Aptible Deploy will provide you with a hostname you can directly send traffic to, with the format
Default Domains are ideal for internal and development apps, but if you need a branded hostname to send customers to, you should use a Custom Domain instead.
For Endpoints that require SSL / TLS Certificates, Aptible Deploy will automatically deploy a valid certificate when you use a Default Endpoint.
At most one Default Endpoint can be used per app. If you need more than one Endpoint, for an app, you'll need to use Endpoints with a Custom Domain.
If you cannot use the on-aptible.com domain, or have concerns about the fact that external Endpoints using the on-aptible.com domain are discoverable via the App ID, we can replace
*.on-aptible.com with your own domain. This option is only available for apps hosted on Dedicated Stacks. Contact Aptible Support for more information.
Updated about 1 month ago