Let's assume I used Azure. After initially deploying, I get an invalid certificate (this is normal during setup):
To get a valid certificate, I need to change my server address from
First, I bought my domain name
btcpayserver.com from a registar. (I use gandi.net because they are awesome.)
Once I got the domain name, I can access it in the
So I click on my new domain
btcpayserver.com, then go to the
DNS Records menu, then I click
Here I want to make sure
tothemoon.btcpayserver.com will resolve to the same IP address as
myawesomedemobtcpay.westeurope.cloudapp.azure.com. We call this a
So I fill out:
Type: "CNAME",Name: "tothemoon",Hostname: "myawesomedemobtcpay.westeurope.cloudapp.azure.com." !! DO NOT FORGET THE '.' !!
Then I click 'Create'. (Note that if you want to point directly to an IP address instead, you would use a type
Congratulations! Now let's set it up on the other side, the BTCPayServer host.
Log in as an administrator, which is typically the first account created on the server.
Enter new hostname
tothemoon.btcpayserver.com and click 'Update'.
I wait a bit and go to
https://tothemoon.btcpayserver.com - Success!
I connect to my server via:
I enter the
Password I chose during the Azure Wizard setup.
sudo su -changedomain.sh tothemoon.btcpayserver.com