Setting up DNS Records for Typesense Servers and SSL Configuration
TLDR michtio needed assistance in setting up DNS records for Typesense servers in AWS and configuring SSL. Jason shared steps on how to set up A Records and fetch an SSL cert for HTTPS on port 443. The user later solved his issue with Jason's help.
May 27, 2022 (19 months ago)
Would anyone be able to help me out how to setup a DNS records for the Typesense servers?
Would love to give our spun up clusters their own DNS records that can resolve the search results.
It’s spun up on AWS FYI, and DNS will be resolved through CloudFlare most likely
May 30, 2022 (19 months ago)
Yes. You would set it to proxy calls to port 8108 on Typesense, which is Typesense's default HTTP port
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