Azure websites have a default “site URL” , something like mysite.azurewebsites.ne(which i don’t have, I only have the xyz.com). Is it possible to get this URL just by knowing the address aka custom domain (xyz.com) , keep in mind that im not the admin of the site and all I have is normal access
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My answer is valid for the webapp in the public network environment. For the internal URL you provided, I checked and found that it uses
Azure-Application-Gateway. Therefore, no matter how we query, no matter what tool we use, we cannot query the information of azure webapp, only the gateway information can be queried.
If you must inquire, you can only contact your administrator who has an azure portal account. Or have azure account information, verify and get help from Microsoft.
I add custom domain. https://aa.backoffice.jasonp2.net
And it also works for me. So I think the way
So I think my query method is normal. When I created the custom domain name, I chose the
A record, and the
CNAME is displayed on the webpage. I don’t know the reason for this.
So I think you can try it. Do the same for your other existing websites. After ensuring that the website is accessible, use my method to see if it can be accessed. Because I think the problem is in your current domain name
bac**ffice.*****.***.ma. There are some problems with the current resolution, which makes us unable to reverse search.
dns look to find your original website name. You can visit this web site. https://mxtoolbox.com/SuperTool.aspx
My custom domain name is
DNS Lookup, and click, you will find your orginal website url.