I am trying to issue a cert for a domain that I have just moved on to a new server, unfortunately it seems the DNS has not propagated into Let’s Encrypt servers and so the request is failing.
I’ve searched the forum and I’ve read that Let’s Encrypt uses Google’s DNS servers (https://dns.google.com) and Google themselves allow you to flush their cache via this page (which I’ve done and is now showing the latest DNS records), however it seems Let’s Encrypt may not be using this after all as the request to issue a cert is still failing.
So my questions are:
- Is there a web service that allows you to see what Let’s Encrypt sees when it looks up DNS records?
- If not, is it possible this could be added please?
- Perhaps add a way to flush DNS too?
It might stop others getting blocked for issuing too many failed requests