I am exactly following Amazon's instructions to get a CNAME record to point to my CloudFront distribution (video streaming), but all I get is "The connection was reset" or "No data received." from Chrome. Here are my Amazon settings:
S3 Bucket Name: six-sigma-tutorials
(bucket has subfolders that contain MP4 H.264 files)
Sample File from Bucket
storage class: Standard
server side encryption: none
permissions: Everyone, 'open/download'
CloudFront Distribution Settings
delivery method: RTMP
distribution status: deployed
domain name: s29r4mbh2gwab5.cloudfront.
origin access identity: -
alternate domain names (CNAME):
In GoDaddy, in the DNS Settings for "qsigmagroup.com", I have a CNAME entry "videos.six-sigma-training
" that points to "s29r4mbh2gwab5.cloudfront
The Amazon link to the file (above) works just fine, but CNAME link to the file leads a page that says "The connection was reset"
I have tried the following links:
and also tried:
In Amazon, permissions on the file and the folder that contains the file are `Everyone, open/download`.
Note: Using a different URL, I also tried this using Amazon Route 53 as the DNS server. The result was the same.
Any help would be appreciated.