I am having issues with my DNS - I am using AWS Amplify to serve my website, and they don’t provide an IP address, so I can set an A record. They are asking me to set an ANAME record, but you don’t support that so I am adding a CNAME record to my root and relying on your flattening process. However, as it’s a CNAME, AWS amplify can’t verify my site which means that I lose the dynamic domain name they use and then my site won’t work. Have you come across this issue before? I am also speaking to AWS Support to see if there’s a solution.
This might be related, but my flattened CNAME is also not propagating:
A record mostly is though:
Your screenshots aren’t referencing the root, however. They show a
www hostname. If you created this as a CNAME, but instead are seeing A and AAAA records, that is because you have the Cloudflare proxy enabled . Proxied CNAMEs are published as A and AAAA records of Cloudflare IPs. If you need a CNAME for validation with a third-party service, you will want to switch the record to DNS Only so that it is published as a CNAME.
Thank you - that is helpful. I think the issue was having the records proxied in Cloudflare, so now I’ve turned that off I’m hoping the domain will be verified.
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