This isn’t a Discourse issue per se, but perhaps people who have set up digital ocean droplets can comment.
I’m trying to get the basic domain to resolve properly. The “www” domain is fine and has been operating for the past 4 months - but then I recently noticed that the bare “rapa…news” domain is not resolving.
Here is what my settings look like right now. What do I need to do to get the bare domain (sans www) to resolve properly?
The settings as they are configured fight now - are not working…
Any help greatly appreciated!
You need to setup an A record for
rapamycin.news as well, pointing to the IP address
Do I delete that Name record (rapamycin.news to www.rapamycin.news) that doesn’t seem to be doing anything?
Ah - I couldn’t add the new A record without first deleting that CNAME record. Thanks - I hope it works! Will update in a few hours.
Why don’t I get it when I try to access the site via my chrome browser - this is what I see:
If clearing your browser cache doesn’t work, it may be because you need a letsencrypt certificate to cover the non-www version.
There’s a bit of info on how to do that in this topic:
If you do not have https configured already (you do if you have done a standard install recently) see
Setting up Let’s Encrypt as your first step,
Step 1 - letsencrypt
It’s pretty simple really, add something like the following to your app.yml hooks section:
to: "-d second-domain.com -d www.second-domain.com -d other-domain.com -d www.other-domain.com --keylength"
If you just want to…
Or I think you can use something like this instead:
The easiest way is to use
www.forcewww.com for that. (Disclaimer: that’s my own service)
Clearing the browser worked! Thanks so much. Problem solved!
Thanks Jay. Having them both pointing to the same IP address seems fine for now. I don’t anticipate the IP address changing very often, and can easily update both records when I need to.
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