Amazon Cloudfront Allow ALL Alternate Domain Names (CNAMES)
I run an ad server that serves several static files like "ads.js". Using cloudfront and an s3 bucket, you can access this file like: http://bucket.mydomain.com/assets/ads.js I have hundreds of clients, and many of them would like to use their own mirror domain to serve the assets: http://bucket.theirdomain.com/assets/ads.js This works by making a CNAME alias DNS record that points bucket.theirdomain.com to bucket.mydomain.com. However, I have to add each domain manually in Amazon AWS Cloudfront settings. There is an Alternate Domain Names (CNAMEs) section that I have to add *.theirdomain.com for every client that wants to do this. Is there a way to allow all domains? Or should I make some sort of re-routing script? If the DNS skipped cloudfront and went directly to the bucket, I would be fine with that. Right now I get "ERROR: The request could not be satisfied." until I whitelist the domain for cloudfront.
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