For anyone wondering about AWS and HTTPS certificates - yes, it’s possible, but what’s the catch?
Here is a bug in AWS… Found this on the forums, and trying to get it done to maxkondel.com…
Note: You can either choose to delete the distributions or associate the new certificate with the existing certificate, If you choose to replace the existing certificate with the new certificate follow these steps else skip the step 1.
Since you have certificate issue it is recommended to create a new certificate and replace it with existing certificate.
Logon to AWS console and Navigate to the certificate manager (ACM) and request a new certificate for ‘.simulator.studylink.fr’ and ‘simulator.studylink.fr’ in us-
Note: You can request the certificate for ‘.simulator.studylink.fr’ and ‘simulator.studylink.fr’ in a single certificate you don’t require two certificates. Please refer the following document . –> ACM certificate characteristics –> Multiple Domain Names.
Now that you have created the certificate navigate to API Gateway.
As you have deleted all the API Gateways please create an sample API to
get access to the console.
Navigate to “custom domain names” you can locate it on the left side menu.
Now you will be able to see the cloud front distributions, now either you can choose to delete these distributions or just edit the custom domain names and replace the existing certificate with the newly created certificate, Do this for all the three domain names. Custom domain name –>Edit–>ACM certificate –> select the newly generated certificate –>Save.
Now you can delete the old certificate.