IP propagations

  • Posted June 19, 2020
  • DNS

Since June 13, godaddy correctly updated the domain nameservers to:

5 days have passed and the IP has not yet propagated correctly, I am having problems because the page is not displaying in some places. Do I have something wrong in the domain configuration in digitalocean?

The A record TTL is set 3600

Please i need help. This is my domain:


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Accepted Answer

i solve my problem. This is what Support told me to do and it works.

We’ve reviewed the status of your domain, and upon review by our Networking team, we found that it has DS (DNSSEC) records configured at the domain registrar. DNSSEC is not currently supported by DigitalOcean DNS, and the implementation of these DS records may be causing disruption with the propagation of your domain through our DNS.

Please try removing the DS records at your domain registrar, and allow some time for the DNS to propagate. If after a few hours you don’t see any improvement, then please try making an arbitrary edit to your DNS zone(add an unnecessary record, for ex just to give the zone a little push.

Hello, @juanmdt

DNS changes might take up to 72 hours or even more due to ISP cache and normal DNS propagation. Unfortunately, many of those factors are our of your control. When it comes to DNS propagation there is not much you can do except of setting a lower TTL for the DNS records (A records) in order to speed up the process a bit. As mentioned usually the DNS changes take longer time due to DNS cache from all the IPSs.

Tools can help you check if the records have been updated in various locations.

Regards, Alex