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Can not associate domain with Azure server

Hello, I've set this up before but the previous steps don't seem to work. I'm trying to assign a domain from GoDaddy to an Azure service, and have configured A and TXT records as requested by Azure, but navigating to the domain returns a host-not-found error.

 

According to digwebinterface, the A records have propagated properly. If this was the case the IP would resolve but connection would fail (assuming records for Azure aren't screwy)

 

How are you supposed to connect GoDaddy to Azure these days?

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Re: Cannot associate domain with Azure server

Hi @artofhart,

I'm not an expert with Azure App Service, however I was able to find an article that should help you out. 

KayJay - GoDaddy | Community Moderator
24/7 support available at x.co/247support

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Re: Cannot associate domain with Azure server

Hi @artofhart,

I'm not an expert with Azure App Service, however I was able to find an article that should help you out. 

KayJay - GoDaddy | Community Moderator
24/7 support available at x.co/247support

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Re: Cannot associate domain with Azure server

It turned out my configuration was correct and propagation was just taking a while to hit my DNS provider - these instructions work 🙂

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Re: Cannot associate domain with Azure server

 

In this tutorial, we'll see how to point a custom domain http://tutlinks.com purchased on GoDaddy to Azure Web App. This requires to follow two steps:
Step 1: Manage DNS Records in GoDaddy account
Step 2: Validate the ownership of Custom Domain in Azure App Service
 
Detailed Steps:
 
Step 1: Map custom domain purchased from GoDaddy to Azure Web App,
 
a. Set A Record: This needs to be set to the ip address from Custom Domain Settings of Azure App Service
b. Set CName Record: This is the url of the Azure App Service that looks like https://*myApp*.azurewebsites.net
c. Set TXT Record: This is again the url of the Azure App Service
 
Step 2: Go to Azure Web App Settings
 
a. Click Custom Domains
b. Add Custom Domain
c. Click on Validate