I deployed a replica set on AWS with Cloud Manager with three mongodb
On AWS, each EC2 instance has a public domain name and a public IP like
- ec2-d1-c1-b1-a1.compute-1.amazonaws.com points to IP1
- ec2-d2-c2-b2-a2.compute-2.amazonaws.com points to IP2
- ec2-d3-c3-b3-a3.compute-3.amazonaws.com points to IP3
When I look into the Cloud Manager, the hotnames of my server are:
- mdb-0.group-name.1234.mongodbdns.com points to IP1
- mdb-1.group-name.1234.mongodbdns.com points to IP2
- mdb-2.group-name.1234.mongodbdns.com points to IP3
I own a domain name like example.com, and I want to generate an SSL
certificate for this domain to configure SSL on mongodb. But this
certificate will be generated for an *example.com* domain name, and not **.*
*mongodbdns.com*. Where, into the Cloud Manager, should I specify to use my
own domain names **.example.com* instead of **.**mongodbdns.com*?
Should I also use an Elastic IP for each EC2 instances, and let my domain
names **.example.com *point to them?
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