Your DNS looks odd to me and this is certainly impacting your renewal. It’s odd in two ways!
First, you have our DNS hosting configured, but not in use. This will prevent your SSL renewal. You can remove the wrong setting here, if that is how you want to proceed: Netlify App
This article has more information about this situation: [Support Guide] Is my site using Netlify’s DNS correctly?
If you will continue to use your current DNS host, once you remove that setting, then we can move onto the next problem with your setup.
Could you please confirm you don’t have any “special” record types like ANAME, Flattened CNAME, or ALIAS in use at your DNS provider which seems to be…dan.com ?
You’ll want to read this article about the most appropriate settings, which do not include those record types.
If you don’t use a weird record type, well, your provider is returning weird answers and you should ask their tech support why they return the answers that they do here:
% host proxx.app
proxx.app has address 22.214.171.124
proxx.app has address 126.96.36.199
These are individual CDN node addresses somehow being returned on the bare domain, whereas we’d expect and advise one of our load balancers (
Fortunately, these sound like two problems you can address in minutes, rather than weeks, so we’ll try to renew your certificate again in 10 days (or when you hit the renew button here: Netlify App), and if that doesn’t work, we’ll still be here and you can let us know and we’ll help you resolve any remaining blockers.