Bind domain name and certificate - API Gateway
API through Path+HTTPMethod.
To enable an API, you must bind an independent domain name to the API group. The independent domain second-level domain name, and then bind the independent domain name to the group. Otherwise, the system returns an error during ...
Bind a domain name - Web Hosting
. Therefore, you need to bind your domain name to your Web Hosting instance.
Make sure that you have registered a.
Note: Bind the www address and the root domain name of your website separately.
Bind a domain name - API Gateway
domain name, and then bind the independent domain name to the group. Otherwise, the system returns an error during the binding operation.To bind an independent domain name of another group to the current group, you must change the resolution of the ...
Bind a custom domain name - Object Storage Service
You can bind a custom domain name to your OSS bucket in the OSS console and then add a CNAME record in the Domain.
For more information about how to bind a custom domain name in the OSS console, see Manage a domain name in the OSS Console User Guide.
3. Bind the custom domain - Function Compute
You need to bind custom domain names in the Function Compute console.
Log on to the Function Compute console.
Click cname management on the right side of the homepage of the console.
Bind custom domain names and set routing rules. For more information ...
Bind to an ENI - Elastic IP Address
You can bind an EIP to an Elastic Network Interface (ENI). Binding an EIP to an ENI allows you to build a more private IP.
Use multiple pubic IPs to provide services You can bind multiple ...
Bind an EIP - NAT Gateway
Before configuring DNAT or SNAT entries, you must bind an EIP to a NAT Gateway.
If you have purchased a NAT bandwidth package before January 26, 2018, you are not allowed to bind an EIP to NAT ...
Bind an EIP - Virtual Private Cloud
All the Elastic IP addresses under the selected region are displayed.
Click Bind next to the target EIP.
In the Bind dialog, select the ECS instance that you want to bind. Click OK.
Note: You can only bind an EIP to an ECS instance in Running or Stopped ...