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Domain won't connect to droplet server. DNS issue?

I’m having - what I think - are DNS issues.

My droplet is functioning. I can hit it at the IP address. My domain is registered at Network Solutions and my nameservers are pointing to ns1.digitalocean.com, ns2.digitalocean.com, ns3.digitalocean.com. I’ve setup A records. I can ping the IP address and the domain on the command line, and all seems well.

Hitting the domain returns a server connectivity error.

I’ll probably need to provide more info, I just don’t know what that might be.

Relatively new to DNS. Need help! Thanks.

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This question was answered by @brettc85ef22842dd6f6d8eea6:

Hi Kamal,

I’ve actually just located the source of the problem and resolved it. It was, in fact, some unconfigured settings in my ServerPilot setup causing the issue.

Embarrassingly simple fix after a days worth of agonizing.

I appreciate you taking the time to try and help me out!

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