My URL comes up This Site Can't Be Reached

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I used Route 53 to register my domain in November of 2022. I am now attempting to set up Google Workspace to handle email and need to add MX records to my hosted domain in Route 53. The URL is not visible on the internet outside AWS and thus Google can not verify.

When I try to test my domain on MX Toolbox I get "No DMARC record found" and "DNS Record not found"

Within Route 53 I see these NS Records ns-1581.awsdns-05.co.uk. ns-864.awsdns-44.net. ns-398.awsdns-49.com. ns-1382.awsdns-44.org.

asked a year ago210 views
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The URL is not visible on the internet outside AWS and thus Google can not verify.

What exactly is this situation?
Are you saying that you are using Route53 private host zones?

If you are using a private host zone, you cannot perform DNS validation and must create a public host zone.
https://docs.aws.amazon.com/Route53/latest/DeveloperGuide/AboutHZWorkingWith.html

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answered a year ago
  • It is a public host zone

  • Is it possible to use the "nslookup" command to resolve the names of registered domains?

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When a domain is setup, the only record it has (as you showed) is to where it's DNS services are being handled - these are the NS records you shared. So that being said, you now need to setup an MX record which tells mail servers where to send email when sending to your domain. Follow this article and then try MX Toolbox again to verify your results. https://support.google.com/a/answer/6149697?hl=en

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answered a year ago

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