Hi, @babelpra, for now I would recommend not using Netlify DNS and using the external DNS.
Also, this domain is currently not using Netlify DNS:
$ whois hotfixsolutions.co | grep -i "name server"
Name Server: ns2.dns-parking.com
Name Server: ns1.dns-parking.com
Name Server: NS1.DNS-PARKING.COM
Name Server: NS2.DNS-PARKING.COM
This is the portion of the external DNS instructions which apply here:
Configure a subdomain
To point a subdomain such as
www.petsofnetlify.com to your site on Netlify, you must create a CNAME record with your DNS provider.
For example, if your site’s domain is
blog.petsofnetlify.com and your Netlify subdomain is
- Find your DNS provider’s DNS record settings for your apex domain,
- Add a CNAME record with your subdomain,
blog , as the host.
- Point the record to your Netlify subdomain,
- Save your settings. It may take a full day for the settings to propagate across the global Domain Name System.
This is the CNAME record below (or something similar to this) needed for this subdomain and site:
bizcards.hotfixsolutions.co. 600 IN CNAME upbeat-meitner-32db63.netlify.app.
After the DNS record is working, you can update the SSL certificate here:
If that doesn’t work or if there are any questions, please let us know.