Question

LetsEncripyt fails to create a certificate for a subdomain in a LoadBalance

Posted August 9, 2020 186 views
Load Balancing

A subdomain was created pointing correctly to a LoadBalancer working perfectly with a droplet, on port 80.

But when trying to configure for https and obtain a LetsEncrypt certificate, “NO SENSE” failure occurs.

Failed to validate nameserver records: one or more DigitalOcean Name Server not found for domain.

It seems to me, searching the web, that this type of problem has already occurred in the past.

I opened a ticket but so far with no answer.

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Check your DNS registers in DigitalOcean, three DNS records must be missing:

NS your.domain.com ns3.digitalocean.com 1800
NS your.domain.com ns2.digitalocean.com 1800
NS your.domain.com ns1.digitalocean.com 1800

I add this and resolve this issue.

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