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How to setup a custom domain for your hosted MIDAS system

Our optional "Domain Alias" addon for cloud-hosted customers allows your hosted MIDAS system to be accessible through your own domain name, rather than a *.mid.as subdomain.

This article outlines how to configure your cloud hosted MIDAS system to be accessible through your own domain name.

In this article, we'll assume that your cloud hosted MIDAS system is running at "example.mid.as" and you want instead for it to be accessible via "bookings.yourdomain.com".

Step 1: Add a CNAME DNS record

You'll need to make a DNS configuration change on your "yourdomain.com" domain. If you're unsure of how to do this, please consult with your IT department or web hosting provider.

You'll need to add a new "CNAME" DNS record for "bookings.yourdomain.com" to point to "example.mid.as".

Here's how to setup a CNAME DNS record in CloudFlare:

Adding a CNAME DNS record in CloudFlare

Step 2: Purchase the "Domain Alias" addon

Go to mid.as/upgrade and purchase the "Domain Alias" addon for your cloud-hosted MIDAS system.

When you select this addon, you'll be prompted to specify an alias domain name for your hosted MIDAS system. Enter the domain you setup in the previous step (i.e. "bookings.yourdomain.com").

Once you've completed your addon purchase, we'll then make a configuration change to allow your cloud hosted MIDAS system to be accessible via the CNAME domain you setup.

Please note that it may take up to 48 hours for your new CNAME to become active and point to your hosted MIDAS system.


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