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Creating a Domain Alias

Hi All,

I have created a Cname for our NZ website but I can't seem to set up the domain alias for Landing Pages.

Marketo is set up with our Primary website pointing to the Australian site (www.rondo.com.au).  I can see the domain for our NZ site (rondo.co.nz) but I can't refer to the landing pages with go.rondo.co.nz/...

What is the correct way to add a new domain alias for landing pages (see attachment).

Thanks in advance,

Nicki

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Re: Creating a Domain Alias

Don't add http​:// or http​s:// (the protocol) to the Domain Alias value. That's added automatically depending on whether you have an SSL cert installed on your instance or not.

(And hostnames in general are not restricted to a particular protocol.   https​://example.com http​://example.com,  ftp​://example.com, and rtmp​://example.com will all initially resolve to example.com.)

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Re: Creating a Domain Alias

Don't add http​:// or http​s:// (the protocol) to the Domain Alias value. That's added automatically depending on whether you have an SSL cert installed on your instance or not.

(And hostnames in general are not restricted to a particular protocol.   https​://example.com http​://example.com,  ftp​://example.com, and rtmp​://example.com will all initially resolve to example.com.)

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Re: Creating a Domain Alias

Also: this thread should be in Products​ so please move it over there ("Central" is supposed to be non-Marketo-specific).

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Re: Creating a Domain Alias

Thanks Sanford, all sorted now.

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Re: Creating a Domain Alias

Great, if you could mark one my answers as Correct...