I’ve been through numerous posts on here already, but they all seem to fix themselves with propagation. Alas, I don’t think mine will do that.
Here’s the back story…
The domain and nameservers were hosted on UK2 Net. Over the weekend, the error for “Your connection is not private” randomly started appearing for some people, not all. It was working fine on my phone on Wifi. Told the client to wait it out, see if it fixes itself. It didn’t.
So I delved deeper on Sunday. Found out some weird DNS records were kicking about. Spoke to UK2 support - they agreed the DNS records were weird. Did some resets to ensure they were all right, gave it 24 hours, still same issue for multiple people on different devices and ISPs.
Yesterday, I decided to “nuke” the NS and move all the NS over to Netlify (retaining relevant MX/A records to point to their original place) in the hope the DNS would fix itself (and the weird extra DNS records would disappear).
I appreciate its only been 24 hours, but nothing has changed for anyone.
The whole site seems to be served securely over HTTPS (using external origins such as Facebook and Google Analytics).
The “weird” A records are for the www subdomain - I am now presuming this is in place of the CNAME? Having just looked, the CNAME was a little odd - instead of saying CNAME for the netlify.app URL it had “NETLIFY” in place? I have literally just deleted and re-added as a CNAME.
Here’s the WhoIs: formulaonegym.co.uk DNS information - who.is - for the life of me I dont know what those extra WWW A records with TTL 19 are, or where they have come from - I can only guess Netlify does something with it?!
Feel like I’ve tried everything - it was all working fine until the weekend, with no deploys/builds since June 10th.
Does anyone have any ideas that can help me out here? It’s proper weird!