Route53 domain status is coming as "inactive addPeriod" from last 3 days


Route53 domain status is coming as "inactive addPeriod" from last 3 days, what should I do? Already verified my email

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Please note, any domain name that does not have at least two name servers associated with it is listed as "Inactive". The codes, "add Period" and "autoRenewPeriod", simply indicate that the domain name has recently been registered or renewed, respectively.

Choose your domain name of Route 53 console, on the top of the page, you can find how many domain name servers are listed, you can also find the registration date, expiration date, and whether the auto renew is enabled. The name servers may not be provided by Route 53, if you or some one edited the name server fields. Check your spam folder for the confirmation email from AWS or your service provider.

At times the service provider may take more than 3-days, you can contact with your NS service provider. Alternatively, you may create a ticket with AWS support team.

Please follow the link which may assist you:

Resending authorization and confirmation emails

Resend the confirmation email for a domain registration

Please do not hesitate to contact if you have furhter inquiries.

answered 8 days ago

Thanks for the info. Domain is bought via Route53 only, so not sure if NS provider is outside of AWS purview and also no change was made to NS entry

answered 8 days ago

Thanks for coming back with the response. Please find this link which has several tools to troubleshoot issues with DNS record, such as A, NS, and more.

Please advise the update.

answered 7 days ago

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