I set up an A record in my DNS that is @ points to the IP xxx.xxx.xx.xx and a CNAME www that points to @. The https://exchangetradedconcepts.com works the https://www.exchangetradedconcepts.com/ goes to a page that says Park Page. That seems super odd to me. has anyone encountered this? There are no files in my file system that have the words ‘Park Page’ in them.

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Hello, @austinCoral

Looking at the DNS everything seems fine and both root www and non www are loading fine tested from my end. Can you please confirm if everything is now working as expected?

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 like https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tools/dns and https://www.whatsmydns.net can help you check if the records have been updated in various locations.

Regards,
Alex

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