Name Server: dns1.p01.nsone.net
Name Server: dns2.p01.nsone.net
Name Server: dns3.p01.nsone.net
Name Server: dns4.p01.nsone.net
Name Server: ns01.squarespacedns.com
Name Server: ns02.squarespacedns.com
Name Server: ns03.squarespacedns.com
Name Server: ns04.squarespacedns.com
You need to remove all the ns**.squarespacedns.com entries.
I’m not trying to migrate my DNS to Netlify though, I’m trying to keep it with Squarespace and just update the relevant CNAME and A records to point to Netlify. Is there no way to do that without changing the nameservers?
Are you still going to use Squarespace for a website? If not, have you confirmed that Squarespace allows using their DNS while not hosting a site with them (I know Netlify doensn’t.)
If you are no longer using (or planning to use) Squarespace as a service, you may need to look at transferring the domain to another registrar. This way you could remove the DNS zone from NS1 and configure the domain to use Netlify.
Thanks so much for this. After you mentioned this, I checked and I actually noticed a slight difference in the way I’d configured Squarespace to how their instructions advise.
The Netlify instructions state that the A record should be: leadoutcapital.com A 184.108.40.206
The Squarespace instructions actually state that the A record needs to be
@ A 220.127.116.11
I’ve changed it to Squarespace’s recommended configuration, and it now seems to work (warning message gone from Netlify dashboard), but I’m getting the following error in Chrome when trying to access the non-www. page:
"Attackers might be trying to steal your information from leadoutcapital.com (for example, passwords, messages or credit cards)
This server could not prove that it is leadoutcapital.com; its security certificate is from .netlify.app. This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection."