I followed the guide “Host a Static Website with the Uplink CLI and Linksharing Service” to link Storj objectstorage with a handshake domain by namebase.io. I changed all the needed DNS-settings. This doesn’t seem to work. I get an error message “Malformed request. Please try again.”. Is it even possible to link a handshake domain and Storj for hosting a static website?
Hello @TUS ,
Welcome to the forum!
You need to create these records in your DNS registration (please use your values), i.e.:
tus IN CNAME link.storjshare.io. txt-tus IN TXT storj-root:my-bucket/site txt-tus IN TXT storj-access:asgdbdhfhtnuf6rurj
http://tus.namebase.io should take
There is no specific instruction for this DNS registrar, all others work correctly.
Please note, the
txt-something records with type TXT are mandatory.
Could you please give me your domain or try to use this command:
dig your.doman.name TXT
test.brunodesign. 3600 IN CNAME gateway.storjshare.io.
With another DNS-Server it doesn’t resolve right. I think that the Fingertip resolver or/and the namebase resolvers don’t work as aspected because they are blockchain-domains.
This is mean, that your domain doesn’t have TXT records. It should have these ones in the domain
test IN CNAME link.storjshare.io. txt-test IN TXT storj-root:<bucket/prefix> txt-test IN TXT storj-access:<access key>
But it maybe could work for the root basename.io too
test.brunodesign. IN CNAME link.storjshare.io. txt-test.brunodesign. IN TXT storj-root:<bucket/prefix> txt-test.brunodesign. IN TXT storj-access:<access key>
Thanks for the reply. I think, that there isn’t a workaround as long as blockchain-domains aren’t resolved natively in browsers or operating systems right now.