I’ve created two A records in DigitalOcean web DNS config it looks like this:
But only mysite.com (without www) is reacheable and i can ping it.
nslookup also can’t find www.mysite.com
what should i do to enable www subdomain?
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Since this is a pretty big question, I’ll write an answer that covers all topics in the answer section.
DNS with DigitalOcean
Adding a domain you own to your DigitalOcean account lets you manage the domain’s DNS records with the control panel and API.
To set up a domain with DigitalOcean, you need to add it (and any of its existing DNS records) to the control panel. In order for those DNS settings to be picked up, you need to have DigitalOcean’s Nameservers configured on the Domain
To edit your Domain’s Nameservers, you need to access your account with your registrar. Basically, where you Domain was bought from. In there change the Nameservers of the domain to the ones mentioned. Once you do, all records you’ve added in your DigitalOcean’s account for that domain will start working.
Please note that, DNS propagation can take up to 48 hours in certain places so be patient.
Another tech for this problem
<br>hostname = www
<br>ip address = xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
<br>will for me.
go to your DNS control panel and add a new A record.
We also faced the same problem. What we did was added a page rule using Cloudflare to force non www version to www and it worked like a charm.
I am facing the same problem as you. I did everything in the tutorial and nothing seems to work. But I wait like an HOUR for this and then it works properly.
So this was my configuration, just as the tutorial in digitalocean here in the “CNAME” section
Enter Name: www
Enter Hostname: @
Hope it helps!!
PD: My droplet has this example name: example.com (or .net if your domain is .net, etc)
I ran into this same issue and after combining a couple of the answers above, your DNS configuration for example.com should be (with CNAME solving the www. issue):
A --> @ --> IP ADDRESS
CNAME --> * --> example.com.
NS --> ns1.digitalocean.com.
NS --> ns2.digitalocean.com.
NS --> ns3.digitalocean.com.