I registered a new domain in
.news TLD (
example.news) with Route53. I created a corresponding S3 public bucket (
www.example.news) with a single
index.html that says
hello world. I made the necessary changes to make the S3 bucket public and I can open the public address of the S3 bucket (h
ttp://www.example.news.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/) from my browser and see
In Route53, I created 2 alias records (
www.example.news) and pointed them to my S3 bucket. I waited 1-2 minutes and loaded the domain in my browser and see
hello world load as expected. I made no other changes, but I refreshed the browser a few minutes later and now my domain routes to Gandi with a default page with marked up text:
This domain name has been registered with Gandi.net
View the WHOIS data for example.news to see the domain’s public registration information.
example.news changes automatically to
www.example.news, which seems to suggest my alias records are working.
Why is my domain routing to Gandi when I registered it with Route53? Is there an issue with my nameservers perhaps? What do you recommend to trace down this issue?
edit: Here is a screenshot of what I see (used inspect to change the domain to example.news):