New CNAME

Setting up a URL that is currently not in use

Setting up a CNAME alias within your StatusCast application allows you to use your organization’s domain in place of the default .status.page. This feature is only available on some StatusCast plans and cannot be activated during your trial. To setup your CNAME you will need to make a few DNS entries for StatusCast so that the application can communicate properly with your domain.

  1. Create a TXT entry with the following value:
Host Value
asuid.[subdomain]0DB0CB227B8892F67216D604BBC5F93614A1036B5BFF062C8EDFF24039014FA7
  1. Create a CNAME entry with the following value:
Host Value
[subdomain]statuscast-web-1.azurefd.net

Where [subdomain] refers to the subdomain that you want assigned to the status page. For example, if my organization's desired status page URL is https://status.mysite.com then I would use 'status' as my subdomain:

Record TypeHostValue
TXTasuid.status0DB0CB227B8892F67216D604BBC5F93614A1036B5BFF062C8EDFF24039014FA7
CNAMEstatusstatuscast-web-1.azurefd.net
  1. Enter your subdomain in the StatusCast Admin. This can be done by going to Settings > Settings in the General section.
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Please remember to click Save in the lower right hand corner of the section to apply your update to the settings.

  1. Once you have made these DNS entries StatusCast will need to perform a validation and generate a certificate on your behalf, contact StatusCast to begin this process once your DNS records have been put in place.