But first, we need to change the permissions for that file. But for us, we’ll run this: All we’re doing here is essentially redirecting all traffic from port 80 (HTTP) to port 443 (HTTPS).
You should have four record sets now, two of Type “A”, one “NS” and one “SOA”. There should be four Name Server domains that you will now copy, excluding the period on the end of each one that Amazon adds here.
At this point, I’ll need my domain name for the NGINX config file and for when we set up Let’s Encrypt.
I registered “bear.dating” back when I had the great idea to create a modern gay bear dating website.
In the bottom pane, click the “Inbound” tab then click “Edit”.
Click “Add Rule” with “Type” set to “HTTP” and “Source” set to “Anywhere”.