Personal Domain with AWS beanstalk

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I have a personal domain, and I would like to connect it to an AWS Beanstalk instance, I have followed the steps in the AWS Route 53 documentation but I don't know if I have to do anything else. It doesn't work for me. I have created an "A" type record and directed the traffic to the Beanstalk instance. Can somebody help me? Thank you

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On the page where you purchased the domain, verify that you have entered four NS records for path 53. Details vary from company to company, so please refer to that company's docs. However, in general, it is as follows:

1 : name server address : {ns record 1}

2 : name server address : {ns record 2}

3 : name server address : {ns record 3}

4 : name server address : {ns record 4}

example of an ns record.

example

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