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Problema de domínio - Godaddy e DigitalOcean

Comprei um domínio no registro Godaddy e coloquei os seguintes DNS’s: NS1.DIGITALOCEAN.COM NS2.DIGITALOCEAN.COM NS3.DIGITALOCEAN.COM

No meu DROPLET fiz a seguinte configuração:

Type Hostname Value TTL
A dominio.com directs to IP 3600
CNAME www.dominio.com is an alias of dominio.com 43200
NS dominio.com directs to ns3.digitalocean.com 1800
NS dominio.com directs to ns2.digitalocean.com 1800
NS dominio.com directs to ns1.digitalocean.com 1800

Porém, quando busco meu domínio no browser fica só carregando, mas via IP carrega a página html normalmente.

Erro: Não é possível acessar esse site (ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT)

Uma observação: Ao realizar o ping para o dominio.com… o mesmo retorna o IP do servidor corretamente.

Como posso resolver isso? já busquei muita coisa na internet mas nada que me ajudasse …

Meu Dominio adquirido: sua-vaga.app


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Hello, @robertsanseries

Looking at the DNS your domain name is not using the DigitalOcean nameserver at this moment. You can change the NS from your domain registrar (the company you paid the domain name registration/renewal) or just change the A record from their control panel.

If you wish to manage the DNS zone via DigitalOcean you can check this article here:

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-point-to-digitalocean-nameservers-from-common-domain-registrars

Once your domain name is using the DigitalOcean nameservers you can control the DNS records from your account. You can check this article:

https://docs.digitalocean.com/products/networking/dns/how-to/manage-records/

Hope that this helps! Regards, Alex