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How to resolve domain name not found.

I created a droplet to host my the API I created 4 days ago along with a domain that is directed to my droplet. I’ve double checked that the IP address is correct and I did set up the hostname as type A but I still can’t seem to access it. The domain I created is named “srg.com” and the DNS record I created to point to the droplet is called “api.srg.com”. Could anyone give me tips for debugging this issue?


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alexdo
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July 19, 2023

Hello @williamrolland

You need to add the A record for api.srg.com from your RockyNet account or switch the nameservers to:

And then you will control the DNS for the domain name from your DigitalOcean account.

You can refer to this article:

https://docs.digitalocean.com/tutorials/dns-registrars/

Regards

KFSys
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July 19, 2023

Hey @williamrolland,

First, make sure that you’ve added the DNS record to the proper place, where your Nameservers are.

I can see the nameservers of the srg.com domain are :

Have you added the DNS there?

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