In “Set up Netlify DNS for your domain”, first step “Add the domain to Netlify”, when I click the “Verify” button, I keep getting this error message: “dns_api [my site name]: 403 - failed to update view digest: unauthorized: FQDN is used by multiple zones on the same view, or there is a child/parent zone owned by a different org”.
I do not know how to proceed from here.
Hi there! We’ve created this DNS Quickstart guide for this very purpose - to get you up and running as quickly as possible.
Last reviewed: August 2023
Note: All options discussed in this guide assume you have already
added your custom domain to your Netlify site.
Hi there! Need to get your site up and running with DNS? Start here with either Newly purchased domain or Existing domain that you’ve already used.
Newly purchased domain
If you have a brand new domain purchased from a registrar such as Namecheap or GoDaddy, and you want to quickly get your DNS set up, you have two options:
External DNS - Create these …
Please take a look. Additionally, we have this
Support Guide too that outlines all of our DNS resources. Lastly, there are tons of DNS questions you can access through our search!
If your problem still persists after reading through all relevant guides, please share your account name, the domain you are trying to add to netlify, and any relevant screenshots. thanks!
getting this error while adding custom domain.
account name: actressgumtha
domain trying to add: actressgumtha.fun
how to solve this problem ?
That error is coming from NS1 (our DNS provider). You would have to contact them to resolve the issue, or use External DNS.
how to contact your DNS provider ?
Thank you for the follow-up. You can follow this Support Guide on contacting NS1:
Last checked: September 2023
Have you received this message when adding your domain to Netlify? Read on for solutions!
If you are trying to use a domain name purchased through
Name.com , please see the existing Support Guide guide.
Alternatively, perhaps this domain has been used with another service (such as Squarespace) who, like Netlify, utilise NS1 to deliver their service. It might have even have been used by somebody who owned the domain before you! There are two potential solutions:
Let us know if you have any questions.