DNS Auth / DNS validation via CNAME

For DNS validation a CNAME entry has to be added in your domains DNS settings.

You can use the following tool to check our DNS CNAME entry:

In this imaginary example the CNAME alias srmxzuzop7zfmjb082ozccgd6t8hzhdx.my.domain.de should be pointing to F3D9536B725A4303B664362A67965DB4BF836F71.comodoca.com 

Example for testing your CNAME record in Linux:
nslookup -query=cname s90pb5wedhwjosstl6dyts6dvi1xix8u.ihredomain.de

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