Have you checked that the name servers for the .io domain are pointing to correct Route 53 servers?
So I just realized I have a clientTransferProhibited flag on this domain (anscott.io). I transferred it from another registrar a year or more ago. Any advice on how to release this "lock" so I can use it?
Domain name status code clientTransferProhibited serverTransferProhibited
ah, i think it is indeed the nameservers. I had nameservers that were brought over from the last registrar that I missed. I replaced those in the domain settings screen (which is different from nameservers in hosted zones). Now that they match up i assume I'll be good to go after everything propogates across the DNS servers. Thanks!
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